ADS Bookkeeping & Tax Service

ADS Bookkeeping & Tax Service ADS has been serving our clients' accounting needs for over 14 years. We offer full service bookkeeping, payroll and tax preparation. ADS has been serving our clients' accounting needs for over 12 years.

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Employers! Did you know the CARES Act includes help to pay your employees' sick time if they can not work due to being i...
07/31/2020

Employers! Did you know the CARES Act includes help to pay your employees' sick time if they can not work due to being ill with COVID or having to care for a family member with COVID? You can claim a credit for gross wages paid (up to 10 days of sick time), dollar for dollar, against your employer payroll tax liability.

Call us today to handle your small business payroll needs! We will keep your company up to date on the latest payroll changes so you don't have to! Your job as a small business owner should be to grow your company, not worry about payroll compliance issues or losing out on small business benefits!

Pursuant to the mayor of San Antonio's emergency declaration, ADS Bookkeeping + Tax Service will remain open with limite...
03/24/2020

Pursuant to the mayor of San Antonio's emergency declaration, ADS Bookkeeping + Tax Service will remain open with limited office hours. For the health and safety of our staff and clients, we ask that you call or e-mail to make an appointment to be seen in person, and only if absolutely necessary. Most tax returns can be done electronically, via e-mail correspondence and e-signatures.

At this time the April 15th federal tax return FILING deadline has been extended to July 15th. Texas Sales Tax is still due by April 20th and 941/TWC quarterly reports are still due by April 30th.

Rest assured ADS staff is keeping up to date with the latest changes to any tax situations and are here to answer any questions or concerns you may have, preferably via e-mail or phone call 😀

Breaking News! IRS extends PAYMENT deadline for individuals and businesses to July 15, 2020 in response to COVID-19.http...
03/18/2020

Breaking News! IRS extends PAYMENT deadline for individuals and businesses to July 15, 2020 in response to COVID-19.
https://home.treasury.gov/news/press-releases/sm948

* FILING deadline remains April 15, 2020 (**as of 3/21 the FILING deadline has also been extended to July 15, 2020**);
* Individual and business tax payment deadlines automatically extended until July 15, 2020 (This payment relief applies to all individual returns, including self-employed individuals, C-Corp, trusts and estates);
* the IRS urges those who are owed a refund to file ASAP.

Have questions about your individual or business tax return? Contact us today to get the most up-to-date assistance. Our firm has been in business since 2006! We are not a fly-by-night tax prep service, we offer year-round service for all your tax and bookkeeping needs at our beautiful office located on Blanco Rd, just north of Bitters.

Happy New Year from ADS Bookkeeping & Tax Service! Don't let the New Year bring you tax headaches! With all the changes ...
01/03/2019

Happy New Year from ADS Bookkeeping & Tax Service!

Don't let the New Year bring you tax headaches! With all the changes to the tax laws passed that *will* impact your 2018 taxes, let a professional make sure your personal or small business return is done correctly.

Have prior year returns you still need processed? We can do that too!

Spending too much time on your small business books and payroll? Let us take care of that so you can concentrate on growing your business in 2019. We are here for you!

Don't delay, call us today! 210-408-8096

11/15/2017

Taxpayers Should do an End-of-Year Withholding Check-up
As the end of the year approaches, the IRS encourages taxpayers to consider a tax withholding checkup. When taxpayers take a close look to make sure the right amount of tax is withheld now, they can avoid an unexpected tax bill next year.
Here are five examples of taxpayers who would benefit from a withholding check-up:
• Taxpayers who received large tax refunds in past years
When a taxpayer has too much tax withheld from their paycheck, they pay too much tax during the year. They can change their withholding to have money upfront rather than waiting for a bigger refund.
• Taxpayers who owed taxes in years past
Taxpayers with too little tax withheld might owe money. Under-withholding can lead to both a tax bill and an additional penalty.
• People with a second job
This includes people who work in the sharing or ‘gig’ economy. Taxpayers who work more than one job should check the total amount of taxes they have withheld and make adjustments as necessary. This will ensure their withholding covers the total amount of the taxes they owe, based on their combined income from all their jobs.
• Taxpayers who make estimated tax payments
Some taxpayers make quarterly estimated tax payments throughout the year. This includes self-employed individuals, partners, and S corporation shareholders. If these taxpayers also work for an employer, they can often forgo making these quarterly payments by instead having more tax taken out of their pay.
• People with a new job
Taxpayers who start a new job should check their withholding to make sure they are having enough taxes withheld. Their total withholding should cover the income tax owed from their new and old jobs combined.
To make sure their employer withholds the right amount of tax, employees can adjust their Form W-4, Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate. In many cases, this is all they need to do. The employer uses the form to figure the amount of federal income tax to be withheld from pay. This takes time, so taxpayers should make adjustments as soon as possible so the changes can take affect during the final pay periods of 2017.
The IRS has several resources that help taxpayers determine if they are having the right amount of tax withheld from their pay.
• IRS Withholding Calculator – Online tool that helps determine the correct amount of tax to withhold.
• IRS Publication 505, Tax Withholding and Estimated Tax
• Tax Withholding – Find FAQs and complete information on withholding and estimated taxes.

WE'VE MOVED!!ADS Is excited to announce we have moved into our new, larger office! Our new location is located just 2 mi...
10/27/2017

WE'VE MOVED!!

ADS Is excited to announce we have moved into our new, larger office! Our new location is located just 2 miles north from our old office, at 16410 Blanco Rd. suite 4. Same phone number, same email and same business hours.

We look forward to continuing to work hard for our clients' needs and can't wait for you to see our new place!

Eyes on 2018IRS PostsNow that the tax return extension filing deadline has passed, the IRS suggests that taxpayers look ...
10/23/2017
Internal Revenue Service | An official website of the United States government

Eyes on 2018
IRS Posts

Now that the tax return extension filing deadline has passed, the IRS suggests that taxpayers look ahead and get ready for next year.
Taxpayers still have time to take these three actions that may affect the 2017 tax return they will file in 2018.

1. Charitable contributions. Taxpayers can deduct contributions that they make to charitable organizations only in the year the donation is made. There is still time for taxpayers to contribute to a charity before the end of 2017. After several storms this year, many taxpayers are making donations to disaster relief organizations. Taxpayers can use the IRS Exempt Organization Select Check tool on IRS.gov to make sure that these charities and any other tax-exempt organization is eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions.

2. IRA distributions. Taxpayers over age 70 ½ should receive payments from their individual retirement accounts and workplace retirement plans by the end of 2017. A special rule allows those who reached 70 ½ in 2017 to wait until April 1, 2018 to receive their distributions.

3. IRA Contributions. Taxpayers generally must make workplace retirement account contributions by the end of the year. However, they can make 2017 IRA contributions until April 17, 2018.
More Information:
• Charitable Contribution Deductions

The Internal Revenue Service is the nation's tax collection agency and administers the Internal Revenue Code enacted by Congress.

3rd Quarter filings and 6 month income tax extensions are due this month! Need last minute tax help? Call today!
10/06/2017

3rd Quarter filings and 6 month income tax extensions are due this month! Need last minute tax help? Call today!

The entry to our new location, at 16410 Blanco Rd, Suite 4.
10/06/2017

The entry to our new location, at 16410 Blanco Rd, Suite 4.

ADS Bookkeeping & Tax Service
10/06/2017

ADS Bookkeeping & Tax Service

ADS is excited to announce we're expanding to our new location on November 1st. Just 2 miles north on Blanco Rd from our...
10/05/2017

ADS is excited to announce we're expanding to our new location on November 1st. Just 2 miles north on Blanco Rd from our current office!

Our new address is:
16410 Blanco Rd. Suite 4
San Antonio, TX 78232

ADS is excited to announce we're expanding to our new location on November 1st. Just 2 miles north on Blanco Rd from our current office!

Our new address is:
16410 Blanco Rd. Suite 4
San Antonio, TX 78232

Address

16410 Blanco Rd Ste 4
San Antonio, TX
78232

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

Telephone

(210) 408-8096

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