Q4 is coming to an end and a new year will soon begin. Are the financial matters of your small business in order and prepared for tax season? If not, it’s a good idea to start now. Yes, right now. The longer you wait the more delays your business may face. And if tax documents are turned into the IRS after the deadline, late fees will start to accrue. As your small business accountant, I ask that you take the necessary steps before the end of the year to make sure I’ll have what I need to promptly file tax paperwork on your behalf.
The first step would be making sure W2’s and 1099’s are printed and mailed out on time. The earlier the better. If you need help postmarking documents, I’d be glad to provide mailing services. My goal is to provide small businesses with comprehensive accounting support according to the specific needs of each individual company.
You may also want to start wrapping things up and looking over your yearly review to see where the numbers fall. I’d be happy to schedule a consultation so that we can discuss your options for 2020 and beyond. Quickbooks makes it easy to get a snapshot of your accounts so we can pinpoint problem areas and carve them out with precision.