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Dennis Futch

PresidentThe Tax Shop

Moultrie, GA

Member Since December 2023


Tax & Estate Planning
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Dennis Futch is a lifelong Georgia resident, and his family was one of the founding families of South Georgia after his Great Great Grandfather received a land grant in Cook County in 1847. Dennis knows how to win, as he was the youngest person to win the Georgia State Skeet Championship in 1984 when he was 15 years old while competing against adults. Futch graduated from Colquitt County High School in 1986, and then attended Valdosta State College to secure a major in accounting. He then served in the Georgia State Defense Force until 1990, after which he started his primary business in Moultrie in 1991, and became a Department of the Treasury Enrolled Agent in 1994. Futch is an entrepreneur, as a 32-year owner of his accounting firm The Tax Shop. He is also an owner or partner in Skywave Aviation Partners, Main Street Investment Properties, Yudu Social, Foxwood Farms, and Xingu Development. He has extensive business, tax, and financial knowledge that has resulted in a very successful business career. He is also the Chairman of the Colquitt County GOP, Chairman of the Finance Committee of the 8th Congressional District GOP, a Georgia State Committeeman, licensed pilot, former Treasurer of the Colquitt County Development Authority, and a nationally recognized NRA benefactor member. Dennis’s extensive experience in business, leadership abilities, get it done attitude, ownership of multiple local businesses, and years of service to our nation, state, county, community, and state GOP have all contributed to his presence as a rising star in the Georgia GOP. Futch has also worked for years to defend the Second Amendment, as a nationally recognized benefactor member of the NRA, as well as helping to pass the Georgia Gun Carry Law. Dennis has been married to his high school sweetheart Angela D Futch of Moultrie for 33 years, they have 2 children Alyse Futch Carter and Alexander William Futch, and 3 grandchildren, Chloe Carter, Amelia Gay and Sofia Futch all of Moultrie. • Licensed pilot • Nationally Recognized NRA Benefactor Member • Assisted in the Georgia Gun Carry Law • Co-Founded Moultrie First Responders Association • Appointed by the Governor to the Selective Service Board of Georgia • U.S. Department of the Treasury Enrolled Agent • Chairman of the Colquitt County GOP • Business owner for over 32 years • Georgia State Skeet Championship in 1984 • Chairman of the Finance Committee of the 8th Congressional District GOP • Georgia State Committeeman • Former Treasure of the Colquitt County Development Authority

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11 Mindsets That May Actually Be Hurting Your Financial Progress

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To change your finances, you’ll first need to change your thinking. The way people think about money can have a greater impact on their financial success than they may think. Whether it’s the way you were raised or a belief that you have come to over time, the mindset that you develop around your finances has a direct influence on the actions you take with money and your behaviors surrounding it. These beliefs can be positive or negative, truthful or a lie — but how can you tell the difference? Below, the financial experts of Kiplinger Advisor Collective list out some of the most common money mindsets people have that may actually be hurting their progress with money, detailing not only the reasons why but also how they can change and finally get their finances in order.

Looking for the Right Tax Professional for You? Seven Factors to Consider

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The right professional will help you more than just once a year. As April 15 draws closer and closer, the need to file your taxes on time grows even more urgent. While there are self-filing services and software available, many people still look for the personalized guidance and care a tax professional can provide. But are all tax professionals the same? With so many to choose from, narrowing down the perfect planner or adviser for you can be a complex challenge. To help make the search a little easier, the financial experts of Kiplinger Advisor Collective offer their guidance. Below, they outline some of the most important factors you should consider when looking for a tax pro and discuss why making the effort to find the best help now can save you both time and money well into the future.

Nine Steps You Can Take Right Now to Build a More Financially Stable Future

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Taking even just one of these steps can set you on a better path toward financial success. Financial surprises often seem to crop up at the most inopportune times — your car breaks down, you have an unexpected medical bill, your air conditioner needs to be replaced. All of these situations, paired with poor money habits or a lack of financial planning, can create a major hole in your budget, leaving you feeling scared or anxious about how you’re going to climb back out. But whether you have unexpected expenses, you spend above your means or you feel like you’re behind on saving for retirement, the key to finding stability is intention. Here, the financial and investment experts of Kiplinger Advisor Collective walk through the steps anyone can take right now to start building a more financially stable future and why doing so is key to living the life you want. 

Six Ways to Ensure Your Business Is Ready Come Tax Time

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Proper preparation throughout the year will keep you from getting caught off guard when payments are due. It’s the one time of year that causes particular financial anxiety for any income-earning individual: tax time. Whether it’s the often confusing, tedious chore of gathering information for your tax preparer or the dread of not knowing whether you will earn a return or have to pay in that year, preparing for tax time can be stressful for many — even business owners. Unlike for individual taxpayers, tax time for business owners doesn’t necessarily occur just once a year. This means business owners need to be organized and meticulous with their finances throughout the year if they want to ensure they’re ready when taxes come due. But what exactly does that entail? What steps do they need to take to prepare? The financial and tax experts of Kiplinger Advisor Collective weigh in with their answers below. Here, they discuss the six steps you’ll need to take if you want to be properly prepared for tax time, reduce your anxiety around taxes and ensure your business thrives throughout the year.

10 Steps for Having Better Money Conversations With Your Spouse

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The way you approach these conversations can set the stage for your whole relationship — for better or worse. Money and finances can be a truly divisive topic, and nowhere is this more true than with romantic partners. With differing spending and saving habits, economic backgrounds, values or beliefs around money, couples may find it difficult to get on the same page when it comes to their finances. In some cases, disagreements around money may even lead couples to break up or divorce. In this way, it’s vital couples have conversations about money early on to set a better foundation for their financial future together. However, ensuring you’re having these conversations the right way — without them turning into arguments — is key to your success. To offer their guidance, 10 financial experts from Kiplinger Advisor Collective each share one piece of advice they’d give to a couple about how to approach money conversations in a better way and work together to accomplish their financial goals.

Seven Tips These Experts Recommend if You Fear Capital Gains Taxes

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Don’t let the fear of taxes prevent you from becoming an investor. Whether it’s in real estate or the stock market, investing can be an exciting way to make more money. The gains you make on those investments can help fund further investments, help you save for a project you’re taking on or even contribute to your retirement. However, many people are nervous to invest because of the potential capital gains taxes they’ll have to pay — or the taxes owed on any profit made on the sale of a particular investment. According to the financial and investment experts of Kiplinger Advisor Collective, however, fear of capital gains taxes shouldn’t keep you from investing. Below, they explain why that is, as well as discuss their best advice for managing that fear and minimizing any capital gains taxes you may incur throughout your life.

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The Tax Shop

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The Tax Shop is a Georgia-based business. We believe in helping you attain the "Good Life" for you and your family through a thoughtful long-term financial plan. Helping you achieve financial security for you and your family with less worry a high level of confidence is our commitment to you. OUR COMMITMENT: Our commitment is to help you achieve the highest level of financial security that you can achieve with as little hassle and worry as possible so that you and your family can rest comfortably knowing that proper plans have been made for your financial future. OUR TOP PRIORITY: The top priority of The Tax Shop is to provide a quality financial service to our clients. This philosophy includes providing information to the public through our web site through free tips and recommendations. Contact us by phone or email with any questions that you may have that are not answered on our web site.


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Tax Consulting & Services
Accounting & Auditing Services
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2 - 10