Uncle Sam works on a slightly different schedule than you
might.There are certain times of the
year that are of paramount importance when filing proper income tax forms.Forgetting, or not knowing these at all can
be financially damaging to your business.Don’t get caught because you forgot an IRS deadline!
Here are a few dates coming up along with their meanings…
final deadline for exempt organizations with extensions.
final deadline for partnerships and S Corporations with extensions.
final deadline for C Corporations and individuals with extensions.
You don’t have to keep a calendar of these events.Why not count on Las Vegas accountant Michael
Mathews?He is one of the business
owner’s best friends in the Valley.Find
out what Michael can do for your business year around by calling his office on
2620 Regatta Dr. Suite 102.That’s (702)
President Calvin Coolidge put it best when he said that
nearly a century ago.Small business has
taken it blows over the decades, but it is as vital as ever well into the 21st
century.Are you protecting your small
business?That means from every standpoint
including the economics of running your lifeblood.
Here are some (hopefully) valuable accounting tips –
1.Keep accurate and
separate accounts for personal and business.
finances to know where they are allocated.
3.Respect your biggest
4.Don’t forget to
pay yourself.Why are you going through
this in the first place?
professional to keep track of it all!
As to that last point, why not call noted Las Vegas area CPA
Michael Mathews?He has assisted businesses
large and small through their financial challenges for many years.This is a great time of year to arrange an
appointment with Michael in his 2620 Regatta Dr. Suite 102 office by calling
(702) 240-5237 today.
Your accountant may be your small business’ best friend like
an attorney, banker, and insurance agent.Why then, are most small business owners calling their accountant only
once a year?When you have a good,
healthy relationship with anyone, you will be on the "inside scoop"
of whatever it is they know.
Seventy-one percent of small business owners outsource their
tax preparation according to a report by Wasp Barcode Technologies.Since your accountant is so vital to the
success of your business, it's a smart business move to check in often--at
least month to month.Why not work with
your CPA on a proactive basis?
Why not arrange an appointment at the beautiful Regatta
Drive office of CPA Michael Mathews?Get
to know him and the latest information of what can help your business
grow.He may become your business’ best
friend.Call him, really!This is a great time of year to begin cultivating
your relationship.The phone number is
Well, you have my attention. What do I have to do? The extra money in this case comes from obtaining a business-enhancing loan from your local financial institution. You know that the “big boys of banking” are not inclined to just give out greenbacks without a strong business model and collateral, but they want to make money from the interest.
Here are some steps to take –
1. Identify why your business needs the money.
2. Choose the proper loan based on YOUR needs.
3. Look for the best lender.
4. See if you can pass muster when you apply.
5. Prepare the loan application documents.
Do you know someone who does this for a living and has years of experience applying for a business loan? He is Las Vegas’ own CPA and loan ap preparer Michael Mathews. He has been this area’s best business friend in properly preparing all of the correct paperwork. This is a great time of year to sit down at his office located in Las Vegas’ Northwest corridor. Make an appointment today by calling (702) 240-5237.