At Don Brooks & Associates, Inc., we have over 60 years of combined experience and offer a wide variety of services to our clients. We specialize in:

* Preparation and Filing of Individual and Small Business Tax Returns;
* Bookkeeping for Small Businesses;
* A Wide Variety of Payroll Services.

Annual participation in Continuing Professional Education courses offered by local chapters of national accounting and tax associations keeps the firm on the "leading edge" of ever-changing tax laws and accounting methods.

Computerized offices and internet access ensures clients accurate, efficient, state-of-the-art service at a competitve price.

Visit the "Services" area of our site to learn more about the many accounting and tax services available to individuals and businesses.

Visit the "Contact Us" page for information regarding how to reach us via telephone, fax, e-mail or mail.

Unlike firms that close after the tax deadline, we are here all year long. Feel free to contact the office anytime. We're here to help.

Tax Tips Small Business

  • Do You Know How Much Your Business Is Worth?

    Tips for placing a value on your business

    There are several reasons why you should know the value of your business. if you are planning to sell your business, the general rule is that you should sell it for fair market value. In many instances the term "fair market value" is somewhat ambiguous. In the simplest sense, fair market value is what a willing buyer would pay a willing seller, with each party knowing all the pertinent facts.

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Small Business Quick Tip

  • Like Kind Exchange

    If you are disposing of property used in your business, you may want to consider a like-kind exchange to defer the taxable gain on the sale.
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Tax Tips Personal

  • Making Gifts

    Know what gifts are taxable

    When an individual receives a gift, whether cash or property, the gift is generally not taxable to that individual. Sometimes, however, the gift giver may incur a gift tax liability when making certain gifts. If you make a gift to family members or other individuals, you can give $14,000 or less in value to a single individual during the year

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Personal Quick Tip

  • Qualified Tuition Plan

    It doesn't appear that a college education will get cheaper any time soon. Look into establishing a qualified tuition plan for your children. The earnings in the account grow tax-free. As long as the funds are spent on qualified education expenses, there are no tax consequences. Plus, there may be an added tax benefit at your state level.