Do I Need Bookkeeping Help?

Do I Need Bookkeeping HelpIf you own or manage your own business, it can be difficult to learn to delegate. In fact, you may have built your success on your hard work and ability to get things done. But, as your business grows, it requires you to let go of some of the daily tasks so that you can focus on expansion, and next steps. You may wonder if it is time to hire support for your bookkeeping services. Here are some indications that it may be time to take this step:

Choosing A Tax Consultant

Choosing A Tax ConsultantChoosing someone to work with your company on your taxes can be difficult and even intimidating. After all, you are hiring someone to help you with your taxes, and the whole reason you need tax help is because you likely do not know how to do it yourself. In that way, it is similar to hiring an auto mechanic to fix your car. Your tax accountant (and your auto mechanic) have very different skill sets than you do, so you have to quickly develop a level of trust in order to work together. Here are some tips for choosing a tax accountant that will work well with you:

Reasons To Outsource Your Business’ Finances

Reasons To Outsource Your Business’ FinancesMaking decisions about human resources can be some of the most difficult decisions for your business. Hiring is a huge commitment and investment, and it can be difficult to predict just how an employee will integrate into your work environment. One option that you might not have considered is the possibility of outsourcing certain functions of your work so that you do not have to worry about the human resource management. Havig Tax can take the bookkeeping, accounting and payroll functions off of your plate so that you can focus on other aspects of growing your business. This option gives you the most qualified person and will save you money and time!

Preparing For Tax Season

Preparing For Tax SeasonWe all know that as we turn the page to a new year, tax day is on the horizon. Pretty soon, by the end of January in fact, you will start getting tax documents in the mail….your W-2, 1099s, as well as other important documentation about retirement interest and investment income. As these electronic and paper documents begin to pile up, take a minute to start a file so that you put them all in one place and save yourself time when April rolls around. If you start a 2020 tax file