Tackling year-end responsibilities is no easy task. There are forms to be filled and meetings to be scheduled, plus the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act continues to impact taxpayers because of new guidance that has been released throughout the year.
Where should you start? It may help to start with your biggest concerns going into year-end. Here are some of the most common concerns we hear:
As a business owner, it’s critical to keep up with year-end planning. It will affect not only your financials, but also your goal setting in the new year.
Make sure you’re doing year-end correctly.
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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act continues to affect all taxpayers. As new guidance is released, conversations with your tax advisor becomes even more important.
Concerned you’re forgetting individual parts of year-end planning? There are several items to consider from a personal perspective as the year comes to a close.
Make sure you have the right tools to figure out year-end.
The worksheets contained in the below folder will help you prepare your forms W-2 and 1099.