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The Louisiana CPAs and accountants on CPAfinder.com have knowledge and experience with the full spectrum of accounting issues, from the smallest personal tax filing matters to the largest incorporation requirements and everything in between. They are well-versed in Louisiana’s business startup licensing and filing requirements, and routinely assist clients in selecting the business entity and setup best suited to their type of business. They can also help with business tax planning and preparation, income and expense analysis, profit/loss assessment, credit/debt management, payroll, QuickBooks, and federal, state and local reporting requirements. No issue is too small or too large for the Louisiana accounting professionals at CPAfinder.com to help with.
Notes on Louisiana Tax & Accounting Rules:
• As in all other states, a number of business setup filings and fees are required for new businesses in Louisiana, and the requirements vary depending on the type of business as well as the particular business entity being set up. There are also licensing and license fee requirements for certain businesses. A Louisiana accounting professional is best equipped to help you make sure you have complied with all startup requirements.
• Corporations doing business in Louisiana are required to file an annual franchise tax report and pay an annual filing fee to the Louisiana Secretary of State, and are also subject to an annual franchise tax. The minimum tax has been repealed.
• S Corporations in Louisiana are taxed the same as other corporations, but are allowed to exclude the part of their Louisiana net income that is taxable in Louisiana to its shareholders who have filed a Louisiana income tax return and paid the taxes due.
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