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Services

Here's an overview of all that LeGrand Financial Services provides, in house support to handle all your personal and business needs.

Tax Preparation & Planning

TAX RETURNS - We prepare individual and corporate tax returns including C-Corp, S-Corp & LLC, Partnerships & LLP, Non-Profit ​Organization Returns (990), Estates & Trusts, Gift Tax Returns and Non-Resident (1040NR) Tax Returns.

STATE TAX RETURNS - We prepare ALL state income tax returns for individuals. Regardless of your resident state.

SALES & USE TAX - We prepare quarterly Sales & Use taxes at a low price. Contact us to ensure that you're up-to-date with the state. 

E-FILE - We have provided e-filing since its inception and continue to be a leader with respect to accuracy. E-filing is the quickest and most accurate way to file your taxes. You will get your tax refund within 7-21 business days with E-File compared to the 6-8 weeks you would have to wait for traditional tax filing.

Accounting / Bookkeeping

PAYROLL PREPARATION - We offer cost effective Payroll services that meet your business's needs and enable you to spend time doing what you do best -- running your company.  

BUSINESS FILING - We can provide reports for both the Federal and State agencies for your business. We can create 1099 Miscellaneous forms and W2s for Employees as well as prepare Monthly, Quarterly or Annual Sales Tax Reports. 

FINANCIAL STATEMENT PREPARATION

BALANCE SHEET

PROFIT & LOSS STATEMENT

BANK RECONCILIATION

FINANCIAL PLANNING 

Notary & Register Trademarks

Notary - Need an important document notarize? We’re here to help you execute some of the most important transactions of your life and to make the process more efficient, secure and verifiable.


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Mortgage Counseling

The demand for mortgages are overwhelming. There is nothing better than owning a home or owning a building that houses your business. If you have concerns about a mortgage or you'd like to solve your mortgage problem, our experienced consultants will provide you with the most current information about:

Buying your first home

Home Loan Refinancing

Personal Loans

Commercial Loans

How to create a workable budget

We'll give you the knowledge you need to solve your pressing mortgage problems. Our mortgage consulting program will show you that "You Don't Have to Base Your Mortgage Decisions Solely On Rates"​

FASFA Preperation

Completing FAFSA is the first step in applying for most federal, state, and college-provided financial aid for students. The FAFSA is used by aid providers to determine the amount of the student's Expected Family Contribution (EFC), which is the amount that they expect the student's family could contribute toward the student's college education. EFC varies from student to student since it is based on the specific financial situation of the student and often of the student's parents as well.

The FAFSA is often 100+ questions long and can cover various areas such as the student's family situation, the student's educational background, the student's educational plans and prospective colleges, the student's finances, the student's spouse's finances, and the student's parents' finances. Whether or not parent financial information is required depends on whether or not the student is determined to still be a dependent of one of their parents.

We can help prepare and file your FAFSA now. Start today and file with confidence, using our personalized ​assisted service.

Business Development Strategies / Incorporation

Business Development - Starting and growing a business require that you understand some basic principles for operating a business. Through our Business Development Strategies, we'll:

Create corporations, LLC's and non-profit entities.

File required documents with federal, state, and local governments.

Inform you about the IRS in relation to the growth of your business

Keep you current with tax laws and the affect they will have on your business

Work with you to develop strategies for managing and growing your business.

Incorporating a business means turning your sole proprietorship or general partnership into a company formally recognized by your state of incorporation. When a company incorporates, it becomes its own legal business structure ─ set apart from the individuals who founded the business.

WHY SHOULD YOU INCORPORATE YOUR BUSINESS -

The advantages of incorporating a small business include: No. 1: Personal asset protection. Both corporations and LLCs allow owners to separate and protect their personal assets. In a properly structured and managed corporation or LLC, owners should have limited liability for business debts and obligations.