Don’t miss this valuable seminar on
what every business owner needs to know about QuickBooks

 

Navigate QuickBooks online with confidence after taking this in-person seminar!

With QuickBooks you will:

  • Have more time each day and every day
  • Avoid the deadly sins of small business bookkeeping
  • Get the most out of your accounting software
  • Focus on best opportunities to save time and money

    This seminar will teach you and answer all of your questions about:

 

  • Company Basics: Company, Sales, Expenses, Payments, and more
  • Customers/Client: Create and e-mail invoices, receive payments online, and more
  • Vendor Management: Pay vendor bills, schedule payments for later, print and record check transactions, and more
  • Employee and Payroll Setup: Run payroll checks, pay payroll taxes online, and more
  • Banking: Download and categorize transactions, reconcile bank and credit card statements, and more
  • How to make QuickBooks work for you: Gain tips for business success and how to best manage your cash flow

By attending one of our QuickBooks classes you will be able to do all of the above to take your business to the next level. By learning QuickBooks Online or QuickBooks Desktop you will be able to organize your finances and streamline your Accounting process. You will also be ready for Tax preparation time when it arrives with no stress.

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NEW DEADLINE 1099 and w2s

New 1099 filing Deadline is January 31 this year to both the government and the employees and subcontractor’s

If you own your own business be sure to issue 1099 to all individual subcontractors you paid more than $599.99

Federal and State Quarterly Estimate payments.

Depending on your business entity structure, you may need to do Quarterly Estimate payments to avoid penalties from federal and state for not paying enough.

Most employees don't have to worry since their withholdings are done each paycheck. And if you do payroll for yourself through your company that you own, you might be  alright, but check with your accountant.

Sometimes, depending on your structure being C corporation. S corporation or Limited Liability Company (LLC) one person LLC or partnership, the profit may be higher even after you deduct  your pay check and therefore after you add that to your personal taxes you may owe more federal and state taxes.

Try to keep up your bookkeeping to know how much profit you have year to date before you do your Quarterly Estimates. They are usually due. April 15, June 15, Sept 15and Jan 15. The Jan 15 one is the 4th Quarter estimate. This is the last chance you have to make sure you have paid enough estimates throughout the year.

If you need help making sure your books are up to date and you paid enough estimates we can help you if you are not working with any qualified Accountant. Visit us atHTTP://www.JNKcpa.com and to learn more about QuickBooks to help keep up the bookkeeping

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