Sammy L. Wells, PC

Sammy L. Wells, PC No annoying tax professional lingo. Just straight, easy-to-understand professional advice and ex*****on. Sam Wells started his business as a sole proprietor in 1981 after fourteen years of experience in military, industry/private and public accounting.

The current practice, Sammy L. Wells, PC, a professional corporation, started from a partnership in 1985 and currently serves a variety of businesses and industries. Sammy L. Wells, P.C. 's expertise ranges from basic tax management and accounting services to more in-depth services such as audits, financial statements, and financial planning. Wells, P.C. is one of the leading firms in and throughout San Antonio. By combining our expertise, experience and the team mentality of our staff, we assure that every client receives the close analysis and attention they deserve. Our dedication to high standards, hiring of seasoned tax professionals, and work ethic is the reason our client base returns year after year.

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What are your tax saving tips for 2012?


Which type of tax do you find most difficult to understand?


Taxpayers who refinanced their homes may be eligible to deduct some costs associated with their loans


Insurance Tip: There are a variety of discounts available from the insurance company for all sorts of reasons: living close to work, getting good grades, and so on. Be sure to ask for a list of these discounts to see if you qualify for any of them. Agents may not ask you about these so make sure that you bring it up.

Is Your Payroll Clean?
Is Your Payroll Clean?

Is Your Payroll Clean?

The Taxman is asking all employers to spring-clean their payroll data to prepare for RTI. What does RTI stand for? It stands for Real Time...

Is Your Payroll Clean?
Is Your Payroll Clean?

Is Your Payroll Clean?

The Taxman is asking all employers to spring-clean their payroll data to prepare for RTI. What does RTI stand for? It stands for Real Time...


What do you understand of reverse mortgage?


‘Cafeteria Plan’: A plan in which the money which would normally be used as taxable salary is used, normally tax-free, for services that are necessary like health or child care. Is your company/business using this plan?


When do you think it is absolutely necessary to hire an attorney to solve small business disputes?


Will you buy or lease your next car?


What can you do to reduce the bank fees?
•Look into what is necessary to get free checking and free ATM usage and do it. This is typically done by having a minimum balance and only using your bank's ATMs. Another thought is joining a credit union instead of a bank as they generally charge less for banking services.
•Investigate how to invest in higher interest accounts. Determine how much money you would need in case of an emergency and roughly six months’ worth of expenses and keep that amount in your savings. Take the rest of you money and make it work for you.
•Don't order checks through your bank. Generally speaking, check printers charge less than the printers employed by the bank.


You credit history can take a hit after divorce if you are applying for a name change. The solution is to maintain credit in your own name. Preserving your own, separate, credit history makes things easier in the future. In an emergency, if you need credit, it will be available.


The maximum amount of an employee’s 2012 earnings that is subject to the Social Security tax is $110,100, which is an increase from previous year’s $106,800.


Expenses are credited during
•End of year closing entries
•The reversing entry for a previous accrual adjusting entry involving an expense
•An adjusting entry to defer part of a prepayment that was debited to an expense account
•A correcting entry to reclassify an amount from the incorrect expense account to the correct account


Did you know that accounting on line will allow you to cut your overhead by $10,000 to $20,000 Per Year.


11840 Sandman St
San Antonio, TX

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00


(210) 384-8358


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