Running a successful business requires taking on a multitude of responsibilities. But with all your other high-level tasks you have to handle as a business owner, you can’t be expected to do it all on your own. Many businesses choose to outsource certain responsibilities to both lift the burden off of themselves and to make.
For small businesses, bookkeeping is an essential part of the tax planning process. Bookkeeping involves keeping track of your company’s financial transactions on a regular basis. With an organized log of all business expenses, you’ll be able to make accurate financial decisions and tax preparations. Key Takeaways: Bookkeeping and accounting are technically two separate services–but.
There’s no escaping it: everyone has to deal with taxes. At best, it’s a mildly stressful experience. At worst, it can be overwhelming. But what if we told you it doesn’t have to be? What if, with the right amount of tax planning and support, tax season could actually be an organized, straightforward, even easy.
If you are a business who utilizes the services of independent contractors, freelancers, or other non-employees, 1099 forms are likely already on your radar. The same is true if you are one of those independent contractors or freelance workers. But, as with many tax forms, 1099s can be confusing. Read on for answers to the.