Have you started work as a freelancer but haven't filed your taxes by yourself before? Learn how an accountant can help handle your finances.

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The Importance of Using An Accountant

When I started working from home as a freelance contractor, I knew that I was going to need to figure out how to file my taxes. I started paying close attention to my expenditures, and I decided to work with a professional to do my taxes. I was really happy that I had decided to work with a professional after filing for the first time. My accountant helped me to write off some of my expenses, and it was great to see how much I was able to save. This blog is all about the importance of using a professional accountant, and how it can help you.


Have You Gained Employees And You’re Worried About Payroll? What To Know

9 October 2018
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If you have a small business and you now have a handful of employees, it may be time to talk with the professional payroll experts about getting help. You want to know they you are paying all of your employees the right amount based on their wage, and that everything is correct with the taxes being withheld. Here are a few of the reasons why getting a tax professional may be one of the smartest things that you can do for your business. Read More …

4 Elements You Need To Include In Your Estate Plan

20 August 2018
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When you create an estate plan, you need to make sure that you look after more than just your home with your estate plan. You need to make sure that you look after your entire family with your estate plan. Long-Term Care Plan As you get up in age, you need to make sure that your estate plans includes instructions on how you want to be taken care of as you age. Read More …

The Importance Of Check Boxes On Informational Tax Forms Received

22 June 2018
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The physical layout of tax forms is largely based on the tax code itself. In addition to boxes for numerical entries, many tax forms contain check boxes to indicate whether a certain condition is true or not. Before actually preparing your tax return, you are likely to receive certain informational tax documents that may contain their own check boxes. The most common informational tax document is Form W-2. There is a wide array of other informational forms in use, many with their own unique check boxes. Read More …

Tips for Reducing Tax Liability for Your Small Business

26 March 2018
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If you own and run a small business that is growing and doing well, you may want to talk to your accountant about finding ways to reduce your tax liability for the year. Accountants are great at knowing the best tips and strategies for this, and your accountant might suggest using some of the following methods to help you reduce your taxes for the year. Invest in Large Equipment When you purchase large equipment or machinery, your business can benefit in many ways. Read More …

What College Students Need To Know About Filing Their Taxes

17 August 2017
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If you're in college, you might not think much about paying taxes. After all, you might not be working at all, or if you are working, you might feel like you aren't making enough to merit any stress during tax time. However, it's still a good idea to pay attention to filing correctly during your years in college if you want to enjoy some unique benefits. 1. You can claim money you spent on tuition. Read More …