We focus on saving you money so you can focus on growing your business.
We have helped thousands of companies reduce expenses and obtain large federal tax incentives that would otherwise go uncaptured. Our services are not limited to any single industry focus.
Over 90% of all businesses can benefit from one or more of our services.
Maria Copp is a Senior Advisor with Stryde Solutions. She and her team work with clients on a national level to identify Specialized Tax Incentives, Expense Reduction, and Financial enhancement opportunities.
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Our role as a merchant advocate does not require you to change your existing merchant service provider. Our Credit Card Audit focuses solely on expense reduction within the payment industry. Our Credit Card two-phase approach to expense reduction is unparalleled in the payments industry. We correct the processing plan to reflect the most competitive plan type and rate
Manufacturing Incentives (R&D Tax Credit) This is a Federal program listed under Section 41 of the IRC (Internal Revenue Code) This is an engineered based program that focuses on a company’s operation and processes in order to determine their qualification for incentives. The Manufacturing Incentives benefit provides an avenue to receive ‘tax money’ back from prior years while also reducing current income on a dollar-for-dollar basis. The R&D Tax Credit was originally enacted as a Federal Tax Program in 1981. In 2004 tax regulation changes significantly expanded the credit opportunity. Today the credit is accessible to many small and medium sized companies whose activities include design, manufacturing and process improvements.
WOTC: Work Opportunity Tax Credit
A Federal Tax Credit created by the Small Business Job Protection Act of 1996 and the Welfare-to-Work Tax Credit of 1996 This credit is available to employers who hire individuals from eligible target groups with significant barriers to employment. WOTC can reduce an employers’ Federal Income tax liability by as much as $9600 per employee . Some examples of who is eligible; Veterans, TANF and SNAP Recipients, Summer Youth, Supplemental Security Income Recipients plus many more
ERC: Employee Retention Tax Credit is one of our Employer Incentives. The most recent version of the tax credit was signed into law as a result of COVID 19 crisis with the CARES Act in 2020. It was then updated by the CAA and then again by the ARPA. Who is eligible; Private employers, including non-profits, carrying on a trade or business in 2020 or 2021 that; Have operations partially or fully suspended as a result of orders from governmental authority due to COVID-19 or experience a decline in gross receipts by more than 20% in a quarter compared to previous alternative quarters in 2020 or 2019
Our Workers Comp Audit identifies and recovers Worker Comp premium overcharges by reviewing the past 5 to 7 years of classifications, experience rating calculations and premium audit calculations. We do not replace your existing vendor
Engineered based cost segregation studies permit commercial real estate owners to reclassify real property for depreciation purposes and reclassify as more rapidly depreciating personal property. This reclassification results in significant cashflow benefits in both present and future years through considerably shorter depreciation tax life and accelerated depreciation methods. In 2004 the IRS released the Audit and Technique Guideline, making clear the expected process of performing a successful Cost Segregation Study. This opened the doors for many small and midsize companies to begin taking advantage of what was previously only pursued by larger companies.
Outside of income taxes, the single largest recurring charge for commercial property owners is Property Taxes. To be insured clients are not being overcharged on Property Taxes, we use industry specialists with extensive market experience in valuation, tax and law to perform Tax Mitigation A Property. Immediate benefit is the reduction of taxes owed and the potential of refunds on prior taxes paid. Savings identified in current year are typically realized in future years as well.