Business Solutions

K & K Financial and Tax Services

Business Solutions

New and growing businesses of all sizes rely on our customized services to provide on-site bookkeeping, accounting assistance, and training. The experts of K & K Financial and Tax Services represent a team of qualified professionals with more than 15 collective years of management, finance, accounting and bookkeeping experience. Our team truly understands the needs of business owners, financial managers and high net worth individuals.

K & K Financial and Tax Services provide an array of finance and accounting solution for businesses, non-profit organizations and individuals. With a highly flexible and mobile team of professionals, we can provide just the right amount of on-site support to get you and through your next phase of growth and development. K & K Financial and Tax Services work closely with client personnel to provide a cost effective accounting solutions through hands-on training and mentoring support.

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do, so throw off the bowlines, sail away from safe harbor, catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore, Dream, Discover.” - Mark Twain

Business Solutions Services

K & K Financial and Tax Services
  • Accounting Services
  • Business Entity Creation
  • Business Consulting
  • Payroll Services
  • Audits, Reviews and Compilations
  • Business Plans and Executive Summaries
  • Financial Statements
  • Business Tax Services

Ask Keryl Business Solutions

Ideas are a dime a dozen. It’s the actual implementation of an idea that is more important. If it’s truly unique, get a patent for i. You may get some protection through copyright, trade secret programs, or NDA’s, but not a lot.
It’s useful to come up with a business plan to think through what you want to do for the development of the product or service, marketing, financial projections and more. Then get input from trusted business/finance advisors. But don’t go overboard with a 50-page business plan. In reality many start-ups have to deviate from their plan.
Start it as an S corporation, unless you have to issue both common stock and preferred stock; in that case start it as a C corporation. And an S corporation can easily be converted later into a C corporation. LLCs are popular, but can get overly complicated. Partnerships and sole proprietorships are to be avoided because of the potential personal liability to the owners of the business.
A lot of businesses surprisingly require very little licensing, but you’ll want to ask directly – nothing sinks a business faster than finding out that it’s operating illegally. Make a visit to your local city hall and find out exactly what permits are required, if any.