Welcome to Cordasco & Company

Screen-Shot-2017-06-30-at-3.41.17-PMCordasco & Company, P.C. is a boutique Certified Public Accounting firm located in Savannah, Georgia. We are a progressive, full service CPA firm providing customized  tax and advisory services.

Regardless of your needs, we pride ourselves on our ability to provide you with the highest level of service and customized solutions for your specific situation.

COVID-19 RESOURCE CENTER

As the events of the COVID-19 pandemic evolve, we are continuing to adapt to the changing tax landscape and world events. We are continually evolving to ensure that we do what is in the best interest of our clients, staff and community.

In order to keep our clients informed of the rapidly changing tax and business landscape we have developed a COVID-19 Resource Center to communicate important information, timely and accurately.

NEW! PPP Loan Forgiveness Calculator

NEW! PPP Loan Forgiveness Presentation (May 19, 2020)

NEW! An Eye on Business Recovery

We strongly encourage you to leverage our expertise during these trying times. We have a deep understand and broad view of the economic climate which can add significant value during these uncertain times. We are committed to assisting you in successfully managing through the rapidly changing economic environment.

Tax Planning Tools

Since our primary focus is on planning, we develop a variety of planning tools to help you through out the year.  Here is our most recent current tax development to help with your planning.

Featured Posts:

The CARES Act liberalizes net operating losses

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act eliminates some of the tax-revenue-generating provisions included in a previous tax law. Here’s a look at how the rules for claiming certain tax losses have been modified to provide businesses with … Continue reading

New COVID-19 law makes favorable changes to “qualified improvement property”

The law providing relief due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic contains a beneficial change in the tax rules for many improvements to interior parts of nonresidential buildings. This is referred to as qualified improvement property (QIP). You may recall that … Continue reading