We take care of all your accounting and tax needs without you having to search for the right accountant or bookkeeper elsewhere.It’s all part of our aim to become your trusted business partner, providing the support, services and expertise you need to make running your organization a breeze.

No risk. No obligation.

How Incfile’s Accounting and Business Bookkeeping Service Works

Staying on top of your finances, understanding where you’re spending money, calculating tax and filing with the IRS and your state can take a lot of time and effort. Here at Incfile, we like to make things easy. We take care of all your transactions, reconciliation, tax preparation and filing for you. Plus, we offer a free tax consultation to get you started.

All packages include...

1
New Client Kick-Off Call

New Client Kick-Off Call

On-boarding welcome call to make sure your account is all set up and you know how to access the available services.

2
Mobile Account Access

Mobile Account Access

Mobile-friendly bookkeeping software allows you to handle all of your accounting needs.

3
Quarterly Bookkeeping

Quarterly Bookkeeping

We continuously update your bookkeeping and provide you with financial reports every quarter.

4
Unlimited Tax Consultation

Unlimited Tax Consultation

Access to accountants for any IRS notices or tax-related questions.

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Preparation of One Business Tax Return

Preparation of One Business Tax Return

We will file your federal and state tax return.

Our Accountants Know the Ins and Outs of Business Tax Returns

With small business accounting, it’s important to understand the unique tax requirements of different types of business entities. Incfile’s business accountants take the confusion out of tax filing and help you ensure your business follows the right procedures, whether you’re an LLC, S Corp or C Corp.

Our Accountants Know the Ins and Outs of Business Tax Returns

Every United States small business will typically need to file and pay taxes with:

  • The Internal Revenue Service
  • Your state’s department of revenue

The main types of tax you will need to pay may include:

  • Federal income tax
  • State income tax
  • Self-employment tax
  • Payroll tax
  • Other business taxes
LLC Tax Filing

A limited liability company (LLC) is treated as a “pass-through” or “disregarded” entity for tax purposes. This means your LLC does not pay taxes itself, instead all of the LLC’s profits or losses are “passed through” directly to the personal tax returns of the owners of the LLC and taxed there.
Even though your LLC is a pass-through entity, it will still need to file some tax forms.

  • If you run an LLC yourself, you will need to file a 1040 with the appropriate business and self-employment schedules.
  • If you run an LLC with others, you will need to file a 1065 partnership return, together with a 1040 with the appropriate schedules.
  • If you have opted to be taxed as an S Corporation, you will need to file an 1120-S S Corporation tax return, together with a 1040 with the appropriate schedules.
S Corporation Tax Filing

If you set up your company to be an S Corporation, or elect to have your LLC file taxes as an S Corporation, this may provide you with some tax advantages to reduce your self-employment tax liability.


S Corporations, like LLCs, do not have to pay corporate income tax. Instead, the company’s income gets passed through to the owners and is reported on the company owners’ personal income tax returns.


The tax treatment of S Corporations is different from LLCs, in that the company owners can choose to pay the members a salary (subject to payroll taxes) and also assign additional income to be treated as a distribution, which is not subject to payroll or self-employment taxes. This gives the owners some flexibility in how they pay themselves from the company’s profits, as well as reducing payroll taxes.

C Corporation Tax Filing

A C Corporation is required to pay corporate income tax. Unlike an LLC or S Corporation, this type of business structure is not a pass-through entity. This means your C Corporation will have to pay taxes on the business’s income, and then the business owners will also have to pay personal income tax upon the taxable dividends paid to the owners by the business. This is known as “double taxation” because your company has to pay corporate income tax first, and then you as the business owner have to pay personal income tax.

  • C Corporations are required to file Form 1120: Corporation Income Tax Return.
  • The owners must report their income from the C Corporation (salary and any dividends) on their personal tax returns.
  • As the owner of a C Corporation, if you pay yourself a salary, you will also have to pay personal income taxes and other withholdings like payroll tax, based on your salary.

Sign up for a Free Tax Consultation

Whatever your business entity and tax requirements, our professional accountants can help with your small business bookkeeping, accounting and tax filing needs. Sign up for your free tax consultation today to get started