Welcome to Seber Tans, PLC

Choosing the right accounting firm is one of the most important business decisions you will make. Any firm can add up the numbers and tell you where you’ve been, but Seber Tans will help you focus on where you want to go. In Southwest Michigan, the firm that unites professional expertise with creativity and vision is Seber Tans. With a team of experienced professionals on our staff, we can provide the capabilities of a large national organization, plus the personal attention of an independent firm. Clients choose us because we offer much more than off-the-shelf solutions. We will listen, ask questions, and learn all we can about your current situation. From that input, we’ll find creative solutions to help you focus on your opportunities rather than your obstacles. Join us and see why our clients trust us for their accounting, tax, and business advising needs.

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Services

With over 30 years of experience in providing clients with our accounting services, we are certain that we can provide you with the professional expertise you need.

Tax Services

Tax Services

Our clients turn to us for expert assistance to minimize their tax liabilities.

Client Accounting Services

Client Accounting

Our CPAs work with growing companies without internal CPAs or controllers.

Assurance / Auditing Services

Assurance / Auditing Services

We prepare financial statements & perform audits, reviews, and more.

Business Valuation Services

Business Valuation Services

We can provide business valuation services to our clients.

Information Technology Services

Information Technology Services

Our expert IT support team can handle your business’s technology needs.

Industries

We provide services for a variety of businesses, both big and small, and both for-profit and not-for profit. We provide excellent service at a reasonable cost so that nobody feels as if they have to go without financial advice. Seber Tans has worked with many companies in many different industries and has the knowledge and expertise that each different industry requires. Certainly, a not-for-profit company will operate differently than a construction company and will have different needs. Our goal is to specialize our services to exactly what you need. Give us a call today to find out how we can help.

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8 hours ago
Seber Tans, PLC

2024 Q3 tax calendar: Key deadlines for businesses and other employers

Here are a few key tax-related deadlines for businesses and other employers during the third quarter of 2024. JULY 31: Report income tax withholding and FICA taxes for Quarter 2 of 2024 (unless eligible for an Aug. 12 deadline). File a 2023 calendar-year retirement plan report or request an extension. SEPT. 16: If you operate a calendar-year partnership or S corp. that filed an extension, file a 2023 income tax return and pay any tax, interest and penalties due. SEPT. 16: If a calendar-year C corp., pay third installment of 2024 estimated income taxes. Contact us for more about the filing requirements and to ensure you meet all applicable deadlines.
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2024 Q3 tax calendar: Key deadlines for businesses and other employers

Here are a few key tax-related deadlines for businesses and other employers during the third quarter of 2024. JULY 31: Report income tax withholding and FICA taxes for Quarter 2 of 2024 (unless eligible for an Aug. 12 deadline). File a 2023 calendar-year retirement plan report or request an extension. SEPT. 16: If you operate a calendar-year partnership or S corp. that filed an extension, file a 2023 income tax return and pay any tax, interest and penalties due. SEPT. 16: If a calendar-year C corp., pay third installment of 2024 estimated income taxes. Contact us for more about the filing requirements and to ensure you meet all applicable deadlines.
6 days ago
Seber Tans, PLC

Social Security tax update: How high can it go?

Employees, self-employed people and employers pay Social Security tax. If you’re an employee, your wages are hit with the 12.4% Social Security tax up to the annual wage ceiling. Half of the Social Security tax (6.2%) is withheld from your paychecks. The other half (also 6.2%) is paid by your employer, so you never actually see it. The Social Security tax wage ceiling for 2024 is $168,600 (up from $160,200 for 2023). If your wages meet or exceed that ceiling, the Social Security tax for 2024 will be $20,906 (12.4% x $168,600). Half comes out of your paychecks and your employer pays the other half. The wage ceiling is projected to go up to $174,900 in 2025 and up to $242,700 by 2033.
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Social Security tax update: How high can it go?

Employees, self-employed people and employers pay Social Security tax. If you’re an employee, your wages are hit with the 12.4% Social Security tax up to the annual wage ceiling. Half of the Social Security tax (6.2%) is withheld from your paychecks. The other half (also 6.2%) is paid by your employer, so you never actually see it. The Social Security tax wage ceiling for 2024 is $168,600 (up from $160,200 for 2023). If your wages meet or exceed that ceiling, the Social Security tax for 2024 will be $20,906 (12.4% x $168,600). Half comes out of your paychecks and your employer pays the other half. The wage ceiling is projected to go up to $174,900 in 2025 and up to $242,700 by 2033.
1 week ago
Seber Tans, PLC

Hiring your child to work at your business this summer

Are you hiring your child to work at your business this summer? You and your child could reap some tax breaks. Certain noncorporate entities can hire an owner’s under-age-18 children as full- or part-time employees and the children’s wages will be exempt from the following federal payroll taxes: Social Security tax, Medicare tax and federal unemployment (FUTA) tax. (FUTA exemptions last until an employee-child is age 21.) In addition, your dependent child’s standard deduction can shelter from federal income tax up to $14,600 of 2024 wages. You’ll get a business tax deduction for the child-employee’s wages. The deduction will reduce your income tax bill and your self-employment tax bill.
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Hiring your child to work at your business this summer

Are you hiring your child to work at your business this summer? You and your child could reap some tax breaks. Certain noncorporate entities can hire an owner’s under-age-18 children as full- or part-time employees and the children’s wages will be exempt from the following federal payroll taxes: Social Security tax, Medicare tax and federal unemployment (FUTA) tax. (FUTA exemptions last until an employee-child is age 21.) In addition, your dependent child’s standard deduction can shelter from federal income tax up to $14,600 of 2024 wages. You’ll get a business tax deduction for the child-employee’s wages. The deduction will reduce your income tax bill and your self-employment tax bill.

Phone: 269.343.8180

Fax: 269.343.5419

Office Hours:
Monday – Thursday: 8:00am-4:30pm
Friday: Closed

Seber Tans PLC