Your Files For Filing

Over the past few weeks, we’ve been featuring ways to keep yourself sane & focused during your tax time preparations-hopefully you’ve whipped your box of receipts and deductible items into organized files, and now you’re ready to move on to what you’re going to hand over to your bookkeeper or C.P.A.  Before you do, it’s important that you set up a filing system that will make it easy for those assisting you with your taxes. We thought we’d repost a valuable previous article on how to help you set up those important files for filing: More…

Seven Ways to Keep Organized During Tax Time

As we mentioned last time, tax time is coming up rapidly, and many are scrambling to get a handle on all their deductible items. We talked about the wrong way to organize for tax time, so now’s the time to start thinking about the right way t prepare your paperwork for your bookkeeper or C.P.A.

The key to organization in any instance is planning, and planning is a process you practice, and keeping filings and deductible items is no different. You can save headaches for your self in terms of lost time and money just by creating an action plan for 2017 that will help your C.P.A. process your taxes that much faster. C.P.A. Mark J.Kohler recommends seven great steps that will help keep you organized for tax time & keep you covered in case of an audit: More…

The Dreaded Box-Time to Tackle Those Receipts!

February is usually the time that many people start to get under way with tax preparation. With that in mind, we thought we’d start the month by revisiting an article from the past on an issue that many people face: receipts, tax documents, and the best way to deal with the disorganization of the unavoidable, and that box of paper slips that you’re putting off dealing with.

It’s inevitable-like the saying goes, the two things you can count on are death and taxes. To make sure you don’t kill yourself with deductible paperwork next year, start by getting organized this year! More…