We specialize in tax preparation, planning, and representation for individuals with blue collar jobs. We have specific knowledge and experience with tax laws and regulations that apply to certain industries and occupations, such as construction, manufacturing, distribution, and real estate.
In addition to preparing tax returns, we offer advice on tax planning strategies, such as maximizing deductions and credits, minimizing tax liability, and avoiding audits or penalties. We also represent clients in tax disputes, including negotiating with the IRS on their behalf and representing them in tax court if necessary.
We hold professional certifications, such as Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or Enrolled Agent (EA), and stay up to date on changes in tax laws and regulations that affect our clients.
We believe in providing our clients with top-of-the-line service. We are detail-oriented and complete our work on-time
We always honor our commitments. Our clients can rely on us to be a trusted partner.
We take the time to understand our clients’ needs and use our expertise to help them navigate their pain points.
We work to build strong relationships that are built on trust. We believe clear communication helps us serve our client to the best of our ability.
With over 17 years of experience, Dustin Michalak founded Michalak, P.C. in 2019. Michalak specializes in providing accounting and financial services to a wide variety of industrial and professional companies. He has strong Texas roots and attended St. Edwards University.
Dustin values forming strong relationships with his client. He enjoys working with business owners to better understand their taxes, and finances because it helps them make better business decisions.
Preparing for taxes is an essential task for any business owner, whether they are a sole proprietor, LLC, S corporation, or a corporation. One of the key steps to ensure proper tax preparation is to keep accurate, up-to-date financial records throughout the year. This includes keeping track of all business expenses, receipts, and invoices, as well as organizing financial statements and tax documents.
In addition to proper record-keeping, it’s also important for business owners to understand their tax obligations and the different types of taxes they may need to pay, such as income tax, payroll tax, and sales tax. Knowing the tax laws and regulations that apply to their business can help owners avoid penalties and fines and ensure that they pay the correct amount of tax.
Tax-saving strategies can also help business owners reduce their tax liability, such as taking advantage of tax deductions and credits, implementing retirement plans, and structuring their business in a tax-efficient manner.
Overall, educating business owners on tax preparation and tax-saving strategies can help them better manage their finances and achieve long-term success.