Tax Filing. Accounting. Financial Planning.

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Tax Services


We can handle all of your tax filings and questions, and help with planning to ensure you’re never paying more than you have to.


Business Accounting & Advisory

We provide bookkeeping, financial reporting, payroll and other accounting services to businesses of all sizes.


Financial Planning


We can make sure you’re on track to meet all of your financial goals.

Let’s Tackle Your Finances Together

Shetland Financial, LLC is an independently owned and operated business that offers tax filing, accounting and bookkeeping, and financial planning services to both individuals and small businesses. We are both a Certified Public Accounting (CPA) firm, and a Registered Investment Advisor (RIA).

That means we can handle all of your financial needs under one roof. Click here to learn more about us, or set up a free consultation to discuss your specific questions.

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   Blog Articles

  Some commonly asked-about topics are below. If you were wondering about a subject not seen here, please reach out to us!

9 Things to Look For in Your Financial Reporting

You’ve received your financial statements for the year. Now what?

Becoming a Millionaire with $5 per day

Becoming a millionaire doesn’t take a lot of money – just some discipline.

Active vs Passive Investing

What is the difference between active and passive investing? Learn the pros and cons of each strategy.

Year-Round Accounting to Reach Your Goals

How to build a financial system that helps you reach your goals.

Getting an Employer ID Number (EIN)

How to get an EIN and why you should never, ever pay for it.

Qualified Business Income Deduction

Learn what the QBI deduction is and how it’s calculated.

Home Office Deduction

If you own your business and are working out of your home, you may be entitled to the home office deduction.

Business Expenses

Find out which business expenses are – and are not- deductible on your tax return.