Reconciling Your Business Tax for Your Accountant

When you own a business, there are many items that you need to keep records of. Your sales and income as well as any losses you may have incurred during the year are a small part of it. All of your financial records will need to be turned over to your accountant at years end so that they may put together your income tax forms to be submitted. It is important that your records are accurate and using a good software program to record all of your business activity is a good way for you to do this.

Reconciling Your Business Tax for Your Accountant

What Should Be Included in Your Records

If you have inventory, a record of your sales as well as any purchasing must be kept. The accountant will need this information to use as a basis for your taxes. You must also keep detailed records of any employees you have on your books. This includes any hires you may have during the year as well as any employees you have let go. They will need to also have records of taxes you have paid on behalf of your employees, such as, social security and federal tax. If you have had any building damage and repairs have been made, this will also need to be recorded on your taxes. Your accountant will advise you of what they need to submit.

If You Do Business Overseas

International trade is a very specialized area of the tax law and you should make sure you hire a good international tax CPA to put your business taxes together. There are many different laws that pertain to international business and a specialist will be able to submit accurate tax filings for you. You should also look to install the right software programs that will be able to keep your …

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