February 12, 2014
The first three and a half months of every year is known, by us in the accounting world, as “tax season.” Now most people see this as a time to file their individual tax returns, but when it comes to tax season there is so much more. You have quarterly and annual payroll taxes, w-2 forms, 1099s, corporate tax returns and of course individual tax returns. If you run a business and have payroll and service vendors it can be enough to push your sanity to the brink of extinction. It doesn’t have to come to this. There is no reason to add unwanted stress to your lives and to your business because you have to step aside and work a week or two to handle these issues. Here are some ways you can make it easier on you:
These are just a few tips that you can use to help organize your business better for tax season. By being more prepared throughout the year you can make your tax season more bearable. If you are in need of a CPA, then we can help! We provide a variety of services for our clients from preparing individual and corporate tax returns to monthly accounting and beyond. With over 60 years of experience, Brammer, Begnaud, & Lattimore CPAs have the knowledge and understanding to help you handle all your tax questions and needs. For a consultation, give us a call at the office, (409) 983-1669, and give us the opportunity to serve you!
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