Tax Preparation Resources for 2016

January 12, 2016


Now that the new year has begun, it’s time to start your business tax preparations for the last year. We have several articles by contributors on the Business Resource Center that may help you with this task.

Lillian Aaron, a software accounting consultant, offers up excellent advice for preparing 1099-MISC forms and avoiding penalties in this article.

To make 1099 reporting in QuickBooks even easier, make sure you check out Lillian’s article about using the QuickBooks 1099 Wizard

Of course, all tax preparation can be made easier by proactive and consistent maintenance of your books throughout the year. See CPA Margie Monroe’s recent article about how to monitor your business’ monthly expenses in QuickBooks to set yourself up for success in 2016.

We hope you’ll find these resources helpful in preparing your tax documents this year.

If you’d like a comprehensive reminder of daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly financial tasks to help you stay on top of your accounting in 2016, we’ve got a great tool for you: a small business accounting checklist. Get your copy below!

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Topics: Taxes

Dwayne Kolly

Business Bank of Texas

Dwayne Kolly brings a wealth of financial management and operations experience to Business Bank of Texas. Kolly has served community banks in south and central Texas for nearly 30 years, and is the bank’s CEO and Chief Financial Officer. He is a graduate of the Southwestern Graduate School of Banking at SMU (1993).
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