Monday, February 21, 2022

Do My Business Taxes Please: A Financial Organizer for Self-Employed Individuals & Their Tax Preparers by Kiki Caniff



No matter how good a tax preparer is, if an independent contractor does not provide all of the necessary information, that tax return will be wrong. And, they will either pay too much tax or fail an IRS tax audit, if selected.

Do My Business Taxes Please will help to insure that you don’t overlook important information. It was designed for tax professionals and their self-employed clients to use as a tax preparation tool. This organizer shows you how to document your business activities, as well as self-employment income and expenses.

It requires no computer, special math or bookkeeping skills, and includes all of the forms necessary for tracking a year’s worth of income and expenses.Learn how to grow your business on pre-tax dollars by understanding exactly what the IRS expects of the independent contractor. Written in easy-to-understand terms, this organizer will work for any self-employed individual. And, once it’s filled it out, it will contain everything necessary for filing a Schedule C tax return.

Simple forms have been included for tracking income, inventory, and expenses in a manner that will satisfy both the IRS and those tax professionals working to prepare Schedule C tax returns. Space has been provided for the entry of information needed for home office deductions, vehicle expenses, end-of-year inventory, mileage documentation, and other important tax data.

Updated as needed. Tax rules seldom change much.

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About the author:
KiKi Canniff has been writing books since 1981. A woman with many interests, her non-fiction titles cover a variety of subjects--everything from where to find the best of the Pacific Northwest's recreational attractions to tax recordkeeping books for entrepreneurs and independent contractors.

For the first two decades KiKi focused her writing on outdoor books, helping families to discover the wealth of recreational attractions that can be enjoyed in Washington and Oregon. "The Northwest Golfer" and "Sauvie Island; A Step Back in Time" and are two of those original titles.

A retired tax consultant, KiKi's tax recordkeeping series teaches self-employed people how to pay less tax while keeping audit-proof records. It includes the "Annual Tax Mess Organizer for Self-Employed People" which is available for several different industries and perfect for anyone who wants to prepare their own Schedule C tax return, and "Do My Business Taxes Please!" a simple workbook that helps small business owners get organized for that annual visit with their tax accountant or preparer.

I was compensated via Fiverr for sharing this post. I only share those books that I feel will be of interest to my readers.

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