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Eclipses, Brackets, and Estimated Taxes

If you aren’t sure whether you’re going to be able to get your return(s) filed in time, you should file for an automatic extension. If you aren’t working with a tax accountant who can file an extension on your behalf, check out IRS Free File to file an extension for free regardless of your income level.

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It’s Officially Time To Talk Taxes!

Did you know that not everyone is required to file their taxes? Your filing requirement is based on factors like your gross income, age, dependent status, earned and unearned income, and how much you make if you’re self-employed.
You may be wondering why I’m telling you this… don’t I want you to file a tax return?

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New Year, New Tax Changes!

I hope you enjoyed your time off for the holidays this year because we’re about to dive head-first into tax talk. Was your New Year’s Resolution to be more educated when it comes to taxes? Start with these IRS inflation adjustments:

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It’s Fall, Y’all!

Can you believe we’re officially starting the fourth quarter of 2023?! Around the office at Evert Penny Books, October brings prepping for the upcoming tax deadlines and the start of planning for year-end.

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Hello, August!

Summer is slowly coming to an end, and here at Every Penny Bookkeeping we’re gearing up for a new school year! August brings National Financial Awareness Day which aligns perfectly with our mission.

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Sun, Sand, and Summer Side Hustles!

Am I the only one who thinks of their next big business idea when I’m on vacation?

Summer always seems to inspire new entrepreneurs, so whether you’re new to being self-employed or a business pro, make sure you can answer these questions when starting a new business:

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Ready for summer time?!

You might be a *little* less excited when I remind you that estimated taxes for Q2 are due this month.

Who has to pay? Per the IRS, individuals generally have to make estimated tax payments if they expect to owe tax of $1,000 or more when their return is filed.

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No April Fools jokes here, it’s tax time!

Aside from year-end, tax time is one of the most stressful times for business owners. But, you don’t have to do it all alone!

Here’s how I can help:

Diagnostic Reviews – current state of your data
Quarterly Reviews – review your work and take care of reconciliations and reporting
Monthly bookkeeping – we take on all aspects

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