If you're looking for excellent service and a people-friendly approach, then you've come to the right place. At Don Brooks & Associates Inc, our ultimate goal is to serve you and make your experience a pleasant one, and our team will stop at nothing to ensure that you come away more than satisfied.

We offer complete bookkeeping services for small businesses.

Monthly, quarterly and year-end Balance Sheets and Profit & Loss Statements are prepared accurately and timely for a broad range of small business clients.

Complete payroll services for small business clients.

We offer several types of Life Insurance products and Annuities.

Tax returns and filing instructions have been prepared for 1000's of individual clients each year.

A variety of small business tax returns are prepared each year.

Long term, annual and mid-year tax planning and tax forecasting services.

Tax Tips Small Business

  • Employers of Tipped Employees Allowed a Tax Credit

    Are you getting the credit you deserve?

    If you are an employer in the food and beverage industry, you may be entitled to a tax credit for the social security and Medicare taxes you pay on your employees' tip income. You must meet both of the following requirements to qualify for the credit:

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Small Business Quick Tip

  • Business Mileage Rate

    Instead of deducting the actual expenses for the business use of your vehicle, opt for the standard mileage rate. In 2016, you can deduct 54 cents for each business mile you drive.
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Tax Tips Personal

  • Direct Deposit of Your Tax Refund

    More options are available to you

    The IRS is now allowing taxpayers who are due a tax refund the option of having that refund split up and deposited in up to three different bank accounts.

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Personal Quick Tip

  • Combat Pay

    Military personnel may elect to treat combat pay that is excluded from gross income as earned income in determining both eligibility for the earned income tax credit and the amount of that credit.