Use practical, useful Tips–such as:
- When unsubstantiated expenses can be estimated from credit card statements
- When the IRS can deem the bookkeeper a “responsible person” liable for unpaid employment taxes
- How to grow a freelance bookkeeping practice
- When to capitalize, when to expense
- Greeting cards can be a business deduction—with proper documentation
- Key year-end/year-beginning due dates
. . . and more. Each Tip is practical—easy to apply.
Previous Bookkeeping Tips
- How to book COVID-19 funds in your GL
- Using downtime to become a Certified Bookkeeper (CB)
- How to find transposition errors in a trial balance
- Where is that transaction recorded?
- Freelancing: Helpful hints on billing
- Recording bad debt for tax v. book purposes
- Your liability as a bookkeeper
- Tips on handling the IRS
- Protecting yourself when making deposits at night
- What does “GAAP” actually mean?
- A better way to book purchase discounts
- Freelancing: How Z got a steady stream of new clients
- Bookkeeper’s Quiz: Are you up to date?