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Upcoming Deadlines and Important Dates for the 2017 Tax Year

Oct 19, 2017 8:02:00 AM / by Lee Goudzwaard-Vaught posted in taxes, small business accounting

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The end of the calendar year is a busy time for everyone. For many businesses, it’s the time to review profitability and plan for the upcoming year. It’s also time to start thinking about tax season if you are not currently working with a monthly accounting firm that takes a proactive approach to tax planning year-round.

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3 Times When You Need to Contact Your Accountant

Oct 5, 2017 8:04:00 AM / by Lee Goudzwaard-Vaught posted in taxes, small business accounting

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Many small business owners hesitate to reach out to their accountants before tax season. But if your accountant does your books and nothing more, you aren’t getting your money’s worth.

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Surviving a Small Business Tax Audit

Jun 15, 2017 9:31:00 AM / by Brian Paulson posted in taxes

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Who's afraid of the IRS? Almost everyone. The key to surviving a tax audit – and even coming out on top – is not to panic or ignore the situation, but prepare.

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How to Evaluate the Performance of Your Small Business Accountant

Feb 23, 2017 8:07:00 AM / by Brian Paulson posted in taxes, small business accounting

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It’s tax season, again. And you’re probably a bit stressed out trying to run your business and to gather all of the information needed for your accountant to prepare and file your annual taxes.

When all the hard work is over and the paperwork is set, are you ever left wondering if your accountant really brought enough to the table this tax season?

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Did Your Small Business File for an Extension This Year?

Apr 19, 2016 8:44:00 AM / by Burt Monroe posted in monthly accounting, taxes, payroll, bookkeeping

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Depending on the health of your business, the decision to file for a tax extension this year may have been for good reason. You may have experienced unexpected growth that led to more complex tax obligations, or you realized you’re just too busy working on your business at this point in the season to accurately process the required forms. These are valid reasons to file for an extension and a good indication you’re ready for professional accounting services moving forward.

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