Taxes Bookkeeping

January 5, 2020

Taxes in Seattle are due

2020 is here! Happy new year. Seattle tax, Washington DOR, 1099’s, and Estimated taxes are all due this month. If you are a quarterly, or monthly filer, you will have at least one return due this month. Annual filers deadline has been pushed out […]
November 16, 2019

Taxes in Seattle

It’s almost that time. The end of the year is here! You know what most people do at the end of the tax year, nothing. They don’t clean up their bookkeeping, they don’t get ready for next year, they just take it easy. Then […]
March 10, 2019

Bookkeeping and Tax Service Tips for Sole Traders

A sole trader is someone who is self-employed and only works by themselves. They don’t have a large company or employees of their own. You’ll have your own business and will handle everything yourself. However, you will want to consider hiring someone for your […]
December 29, 2018
Bookkeeping Tips

How to be bulletproof in an IRS audit in 2019

What is the IRS?  They are a collection department for the Treasury Department.  As collections agents, they only have one goal, get your dollars.  When a tax return is selected to be audited, the IRS sends a scary letter.  I have a copy of […]
August 21, 2018

Can I deduct auto expenses and mileage?

This question comes to me so frequently that it’s actually part of our initial questions we ask new clients. Tax deductions are more of an accounting question than a bookkeeping question, but we know the basics of how this works. The IRS allows you […]
July 3, 2018

How do I calculate self employment taxes?

The IRS will charge you penalties if you do this wrong, so this question I received should be at the top of your list of ones to know the correct answer to. “Hi Russ, One question I have as I try to figure out […]
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