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Tax and Financial Planning for Every State of Life

Our seasoned CPAs and tax professionals help minimize your tax liability, while keeping you in compliance with ever changing tax laws. We work with you to develop a customized tax plan that best suits your needs.

Tax Services Available:

  • Preparation of quarterly tax projections and estimated tax payments
  • Representation and management of tax audits
  • Sophisticated tax minimization strategies
  • Tax research
  • Tax return preparation for individuals, trusts, estates and all family-related, non-operating entities

Accounting Services Available:

  • Bookkeeping and bill paying services
  • Family corporation, partnership and trust accounting
  • Personal financial statement preparation

Personal Financial Planning

Lifelong financial planning requires grappling with complex issues and myriad choices. The right path forward depends on your short and long-term goals. Since 1981, the CPAs at Frazier & Deeter have provided thousands of clients with expert tax and financial solutions.

We have assembled a team of specialists with expertise in the areas of accounting, charitable giving, debt management, education planning, estate and trusts, executive compensation, financial planning, investments, law, retirement & elder care planning, risk management & insurance and income tax planning & compliance.

Need a wealth management strategy? Our sister company, Signature FD, can help with comprehensive investment and wealth management.


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SALT ALERT: Tennessee Proposes Major Changes to Franchise Tax

On January 24, two Tennessee House Republicans introduced House Bill (HB) 1893. As introduced, HB 1893 deletes the provision requiring that the measure of the franchise tax must not be less than the actual value of the real or tangible property owned or used by a taxpayer in Tennessee.

New IRS Tax Tip on Digital Assets Explains Reporting Requirements | Frazier & Deeter

New IRS Tax Tip on Digital Assets Explains Reporting Requirements

The IRS has reminded taxpayers that they must check a box on their 2022 Form 1040 indicating whether they received digital assets or if they disposed of any digital asset held as a capital asset through a sale, exchange or transfer during the year.

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Reduce Taxable Income with IRA Distributions Transfers

IRA owners who are age 70½ or over can transfer up to $100,000 per year to charity to reduce their taxable income. These transfers, known as qualified charitable distributions or QCDs, offer end-of-the year tax savings and can count toward required minimum distributions (RMDs) that taxpayers who are age 72 must make each year. Think of it as a tax-free charitable rollover of IRA funds.

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