Here’s how your free Bookkeeping Tips can help you on the job.
- Your bookkeeping and financial records may be safe from hackers—but this Bookkeeping Tip tells you how to make sure they are safe with the tax preparer
- Here are the 3 required bookkeeping details for business meal deductions.
- To prove business expenses paid with PayPal or other electronic means, include these two steps.
- To make sure the food and beverages bought for meetings and overtime workers, make sure you buy them from this kind of store—and not that kind of store. This Bookkeeping Tips tells you how.
And you get other 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.
You get one on-the-job bookkeeping tip or technique each week.
And even though every bookkeeping tip includes everything you need to use it on the job—you also get the IRS rule, reg, tax code section or court case for reference.
To make sure you miss nothing, Bookkeeping Tips gives you a 10-question bookkeeping quiz once a month so you can test your knowledge.
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- 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
- Secure company data by checking the tax pro’s data
- PayPal receipts insufficient as proof of expenses
- Bookkeeper’s Quiz: Do you know the answer?