Posts Categorized: Planning

are you still on track?

Hello! This is the time in January when the New Year high is winding down, many people are giving up on their goals and resolutions, and the year-end accounting reporting requirements are feeling really burdensome. I see it a lot in the business owners that I know: they buckle down this time of year to… Read more »

How Well Prepared are You to File Your 2017 Taxes?

If you’re like a lot of people, you stuff receipts, donation letters and other tax-related documents in boxes and plastic bags, then attempt to put your financial history in order to prepare for your tax return. This lack of organization and preparation can lead to costly oversights on your tax return, not to mention, it’s… Read more »

Is Your Company Prepared to File Forms W2 and 1099?

The deadline for filing IRS Forms W2 for your employees and 1099-MISC for non-employee compensation is January 31, 2018—but why wait until the last minute to scramble to complete these and put everyone in a panic? You’ll have plenty of other accounting issues to handle at the end of the year so now, as we head into fourth quarter,… Read more »

Start 2018 on the Right Financial Foot

We’re knee-deep in the fourth quarter of 2017, and business owners and their bookkeepers are busy wrapping up their corporate accounting matters. This is also the perfect time to do some advance planning for 2018 with some bookkeeping tasks that will help put your business on the track for a strong year ahead. After all, you can’t get where you want to be… Read more »

Planning for Profitability in 2017 – Yes, There’s Still Time!

Although the fourth quarter is upon us, business owners still have time to make their  2017 plan and adjust for year-to-date fluctuations that may affect profit. With a few measures in place and an understanding of the various components of your corporate finances, you can indeed plan for profits this year. 1. What are your… Read more »

Wrapping up 2015 while planning for 2016

With the start of a new year, take the time to get your business’s financial affairs in order. If you haven’t been keeping track of things like payroll, subcontractors, your 401K or other retirement plan and credit card payments you made that may have tax ramifications, now is the time to look into this information…. Read more »