Building a Strong Financial Foundation for Your Technology Company

You’re moving at a fast pace. You have passion, vision, and drive, but the technology industry landscape is constantly evolving and creating new challenges for your company. You’re leading innovation but need to ensure that you have the financial resources to sustain your company in this highly competitive industry. Whether you are looking to raise capital, secure debt or meet current investors’ expectations and company goals, you need financial services at the caliber of a national firm but without the price tag and impersonal service.

While you develop tomorrow’s technology solutions, we lay the financial groundwork for your success. As an established, full-service firm with clients in the software development, embedded systems, and cloud-based computing (SaaS) fields, DiSanto, Priest & Co. helps you understand your path to financial security allowing you to focus on what you do best… run your business. Our unique hybrid tax, assurance, and advisory services were designed for technology companies like yours. You get one team with the training and credentials to handle all of your needs from the ground up. As your company evolves, our specialized tax, audit, and advisory services evolves with you.

Accounting Stability While You Work to Achieve Your Full Potential

You have ambitious professional and personal goals. But, as with any organization, they are not met without challenges. Maybe it’s understanding tax and accounting legislation or managing costs and budgeting without a CFO. Whatever the hurdle, the future of your company depends on overcoming it. DiSanto Priest & Co. has the strategic skill set and financial foresight to help your organization survive and thrive. Life’s too short. Plan proactively so you can enjoy today instead of worrying about tomorrow.

Making Your Technology Our Business

We’re a partner who understands your industry and your challenges. DiSanto, Priest & Co. offers valuable experience in the unique tax legislation and accounting guidelines impacting your technology-driven business. We focus on the technology industry through our involvement in local and national organizations and through our understanding of key publications.  We view this industry as a key driver of our economy both in New England and throughout the United States.   You don’t need just another accounting firm – you need a trusted financial advisor who specializes in technology.


Great News For Small Businesses That Qualified For Research Credits in 2016
Wage-paying small businesses with minimal taxable income can now take advantage of their research credits sooner than was allowed under the previous tax rules.  The Protecting America from Tax Hikes Act of 2015 allows qualifying small businesses to apply research credits against the social security portion of its federal payroll tax bill.
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5 Compelling Reasons to Consider Solar for Your Manufacturing Business
Technology in the energy industry is evolving at a rapid pace.  Solar panels are becoming leaner and more efficient – providing more capacity at a lesser cost, mimicking the path of more traditional computer hardware.  Below are 5 reasons why we believe solar is worth considering today to boost your bottom line.
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The Research and Development Tax Credit
Tax credits are important.  These are our government’s “carrots” for business owners.  They are saying “Hey! Please focus here! Our economy depends on it!  And if you do, we’ll thank you with a reduced tax bill.”  Credits are dollar-for-dollar reductions in your tax bill.
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Accounting Tips for Start-ups
So first of all – congratulations!  Starting your own business takes guts and entrepreneurship is a key driver of our economy.  So bravo and thank you for taking the big leap.  At the risk of "raining on the parade", we can't ignore the hard truth out there which is that most new businesses fail within the first two years. 
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One More Reason to Expand your Tech Business in Rhode Island
Are you currently operating a business in Rhode Island and looking to expand?  Perhaps you have a business outside of RI that you’re looking to relocate.   Rhode Island, in an effort to attract and retain new and existing businesses, enacted the New Qualified Jobs Incentive Act in 2015 and has already awarded several job creators significant annual, redeemable tax credits that have allowed them to make expanding or relocating to RI more financially feasible. 
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