When it comes to finding a tax preparer, people’s biggest concern is finding someone to get the biggest tax return. But how do you really know if someone’s capable of doing that? In finding the right person, you’ll always want to begin by asking them three questions: 1. What is Your PTIN? A person doesn’t […]
It’s the holidays, so taxes might understandably be the last thing on your mind. But before getting caught up in the whirlwind of parties, present buying, and eggnog, business owners can potentially save thousands and secure their financial health for next year if they consult a tax professional about these three issues.
While it seems tax season keeps rolling around faster every year, it’s time to think about preparing to file all your outstanding payroll forms for 2017. If you just opened your business earlier in the year, perhaps you’re unsure about how to go about this in a way that doesn’t create discrepancies.
While April is still months away, taking some simple steps now to prepare for the upcoming tax season can make your life (and your tax preparer’s life) so much easier. But more importantly, we at Tax N Book have seen that our clients are able to maximize their tax deductions by taking undertaking the following three measures.