Ron Brangham CPA: Various Business Entity Tax Filing Requirements

Ron Brangham, Toledo area Certified Public Accountant, discusses the various business entity tax filing requirements: specifically what returns and tax forms each type of entity needs to file. All business entities need to file a tax return, but how they file and how they are taxed differs. Tune in to find out the details.
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About Ron Brangham

Ron Brangham Perrysburg CPARon Brangham CPA, of Brangham & Associates, Inc., has over 25 years experience helping small business owners maximize their bottom line, through his accounting and tax services, business consulting, and QuickBooks training and consulting. He is also a Dave Ramsey Endorsed Local Provider – Tax Services. Ron can answer questions about Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace program and help you to become Debt Free.

Ron and Suzanne, his partner in business and life, serve over 100 businesses and more than 300 individuals. Ron believes that the key to success is building strong and lasting relationships. He and his team are committed to creating a strong partnership by providing close, personal attention to their clients.

With Ron’s extensive knowledge of business taxation, he can minimize tax liability and maximize profit. He is innovative, conscientious, and self-motivated with an ability to communicate with all levels of an organization. He offers a no cost consultation to prospective business clients.

Ron is a member of both the American Institute and the Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants, the Rotary Club of Perrysburg, and Business Networking International Perrysburg Chapter. Ron enjoys golf, working out, spending time with his family and being actively involved with his local church.

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  1. Ron, thanks for the great information and education about business entity tax filing requirements. Looking forward to your next episode about how these various business entities are taxed.

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