4 Steps For Creating An Estate Plan
29 April 2020
When it comes to protecting yourself and your family, one of the best ways you can do so is by having an estate plan in place. Everyone should have an estate plan in place, regardless of your financial position.
Step #1: Create a Will
First, you need to create a will. A will is the type of estate plan that most people are familiar with. A will is where you state who you want to get all your belongings when you pass away.
5 Reasons To Amend A Tax Return
28 April 2020
When you try to handle your own tax affairs and filing, it's easy to make mistakes because you're not an accountant or tax professional. If you think that you might have made a big mistake on your previous year's taxes, it's a good idea to consider making an amendment. You can amend a tax return within 3 years of the original filing date. It's best to hire a certified public accountant to help guide you through the process.
4 Financial Mistakes Your Business Needs To Avoid
24 April 2020
When you are running a business, you are responsible for more than the product or service your business creates; you are also responsible for taking care of the financial side of your business. That means making sure the financial side of your business runs smoothly and doesn't encounter any avoidable mistakes that could cost you money or sideline the operations of your business.
Mistake to Avoid #1: Improper Payroll Reporting
16 April 2020
Tax season is almost always stressful and anxiety-inducing for most taxpayers. Not only are there so many forms to fill out, but there's always the risk of an audit once you've filed. However, there are a lot of misconceptions out there surrounding IRS audits that often leave taxpayers paralyzed in fear at the mere mention of an audit. Here are some things that you should know as you get ready to file your taxes for this year.