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Committed relationships

We get to know clients, their families and their business deeper than any regional firm can.



Big Firm Ability.  Small Firm Touch.

At SuggsJohnson, we believe that the best working relationships begin with communication.  Itís how we get to know you, your needs and your goals.  And itís how we can become a true and trusted advisor of your family and your business interests.

We work hard to remove financial uncertainty, and to help you gain confidence in your financial state.  To provide insight, and to offer counsel.  To ensure compliance, and to seize opportunity. And it all begins with good two-way communication.  We look forward to speaking with you very soon.


A Message from: D. Gray Suggs, CPA

Every business must file Form 1099-MISC to report miscellaneous payments to nonemployees. This includes fees for services provided by independent contractors such as consultants or cleaning people. Generally, you don't report fees paid to corporations, but there are exceptions. Payments to lawyers, for example, must be reported whether the lawyers are incorporated or not.  Now is the perfect time to assemble what your company will need to meet Form 1099 reporting requirements: a list of recipients, verification as to corporate/noncorporate status, and the recipient's taxpayer information. Failure to file returns correctly can result in fines.  Got a question?  Contact us today.