CPA: Certified Public Accountants
Sanchez & Santiago is an accounting and business consulting CPA firm offering tax and accounting services to small businesses and individuals. While we do provide traditional certified public accounting services such as accounting, bookkeeping, tax planning and preparation, we also offer other business consulting services for small business owners to relieve you of the administrative and financial aspects of your business and personal finances so you can focus on growing your business.
Our number one goal is to surpass every customer’s expectation with service, quality and respect. Client confidentiality is guaranteed and fees are based on the complexity of the assignment.
With over 30 years of Fortune 100 experience in audit, accounting, tax and consulting, Sanchez and Santiago are the certified public accountants uniquely poised to provide everything you need!
Selecting the right CPA firm for your business and personal situation makes a big difference!
September 20, 2012
"Nearly 6 million Americans — significantly more than first estimated— will face a tax penalty under President Barack Obama‘s health overhaul for not getting insurance, congressional analysts said Wednesday. Most would be in the middle class. The numbers from the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office are 50 percent higher than a previousMore »
June 4, 2012
Now that it is June, did you know that your summer day care expenses may qualify for an income tax credit? Many parents who work or are looking for work must arrange for care of their children under 13 years of age during the school vacation. Those expenses may helpMore »
April 4, 2012
Did you know that Business MEALS can be 0% or 50% or 100% tax deductible? First, MEALS can be deducted as a business expense only if they are directly related to the business. There must be valid business purpose to the meal for it to be a deductible expense. Also,More »
March 21, 2012
In 2011, the IRS is receiving additional information about your Business that they did not receive before. First, all third party payers are required to report to the IRS how much money they paid to your business. A third party is for example a debit or credit firmMore »