Are You A Student And Work Full-Time? Don’t Mess Up Your Taxes Or Miss Out On Money

If you are balancing working a full-time job, paying for schooling, dealing with student loans, and other financial factors, you may be doing your taxes incorrectly. If you have a lot of documents that have to be entered, you don't really understand the deductions or what you can deduct, and you are paying a lot each year on loans, it's time to talk with a tax preparation expert to see if you are doing anything wrong or if you are missing out on money. Read More 

3 Tips To Help You Organize Your Small Business Accounting

When it comes to the success of your small business, maintaining an accurate accounting of the money coming in and going out of your accounts is critical. Accounting can be challenging for many small business owners, but there are some simple things that you can do to streamline the accounting process. Here are three tips that you can use to help better organize your small business accounting in the future. Read More 

Reasons You May Want To Hire An Accounting Firm To Complete Financial Forecasting For Your Business

Financial forecasting is the process of looking at your business's financial history to predict where your finances will be in the future. This is based on your current growth and losses and your anticipated growth and losses. An accounting firm can look at all of your financial information to put together a reasonable forecast of where your business is going. But, if you have never had financial forecasting done before, you may wonder why you would want to have it done. Read More 

How To Avoid Being Scammed At Tax Time If You’re A Small Business Owner

More than most likely, when the first of the year arrives it can bring a slight amount of unwanted stress if you're a small business owner. The reason is because tax time is gearing up and you'll want to make sure that you have all of your ducks in a row to properly file taxes. Because there are several things to consider when filing, along with the paperwork needed to crunch numbers accurately, it's may be wise to leave it to the professionals. Read More 

How Can Your Car Help Lower Your Tax Bill?

Doing your taxes?  Don't overlook the many ways your vehicle can help reduce your tax bill.  Depending on your situation, properly claiming and deducting vehicle usage can be very helpful during tax time. How?    Deductible Taxes If you itemize deductions, be sure to include the taxes paid to register or renew your vehicles.  There are two caveats, though.  First, only taxes are deductible on the Schedule A; don't include fees paid. Read More