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Each slide represents an integral step in your year-end preparation. Reconciling bank accounts, paying up invoices, payroll filings, and budget preparation are just a few of the items that you can …

Each slide represents an integral step in your year-end preparation. Reconciling bank accounts, paying up invoices, payroll filings, and budget preparation are just a few of the items that you can get started now.
These steps will not only leave you better prepared for tax season and cut down your bookkeeping bill, but position you for an even better new year.

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  • 1. Mark's Bookkeeping Services 19 West 21st Street, Suite 705 New York, NY 10010 Contact: info@marksbookkeeping.com Join us 5YearEndBookkeepingToDos Copyright© 2013 Mark's Bookkeeping Services, LLC. - All Rights Reserved http://www.marksbookkeeping.com Let’s be on the top of that this year!
  • 2. 2 Join us Copyright© 2013 Mark's Bookkeeping Services, LLC. - All Rights Reserved http://www.marksbookkeeping.com How ? Why ? Analyze and adjust the differences between the cash balance shown on your bank statement and the amount shown in the account holder's records. 1- Reconcile your Bank Statements ContractorsBank Statements Paycheck BudgetExpenses Done To check for bank errors.
  • 3. 2- Review the expenses categorized Join us Copyright© 2013 Mark's Bookkeeping Services, LLC. - All Rights Reserved http://www.marksbookkeeping.com Done How ? Why ? To make sure you have you Office Supplies listed in the account dedicated and not in Auto Expense. Some expenses are not deductible so you make it easier for your CPA to prepare your tax return. One of our blog post suggest 8 applications for your small business: http://www.marksbookkeeping.com/blog/top- 8-useful-mobile-applications-for-your-small- business/ ContractorsBank Statements Paycheck BudgetExpenses
  • 4. 4 3- Check the Paychecks information Name, addresses of your employee should be updated. Join us Copyright© 2013 Mark's Bookkeeping Services, LLC. - All Rights Reserved http://www.marksbookkeeping.com How ? Why ? You will need this information in January when you will have to give them their W2 form. Done ContractorsBank Statements Paycheck BudgetExpenses
  • 5. 5 4- Worked with Contractors? Join us Copyright© 2013 Mark's Bookkeeping Services, LLC. - All Rights Reserved http://www.marksbookkeeping.com Done Make sure you have collected the IRS W9 forms from them. How ? Why ? In January you may be required to file a 1099 form for these contractors and you will need accurate taxpayer information. ContractorsBank Statements Paycheck BudgetExpenses
  • 6. 6 5-Prepare the budget for next year Join us Copyright© 2013 Mark's Bookkeeping Services, LLC. - All Rights Reserved http://www.marksbookkeeping.com Done Prepare it by taking the profit and loss report by category of this year and enter information into the next year. How ? Why ? That will help you to stay organized and then be successful! ContractorsBank Statements Paycheck BudgetExpenses
  • 7. 7 For more information Visit our website: Discover our blog: Join us Copyright© 2013 Mark's Bookkeeping Services, LLC. - All Rights Reserved http://www.marksbookkeeping.com Mark’s Bookkeeping Services 19 West 21st St., Suite 705 New York, NY 10010 Tel : 212 243 5757 info@marksbookkeeping.com
  • 8. 8 Photos Credits http://www.topfloortech.com . Sources Psbm.net Join us Copyright© 2013 Mark's Bookkeeping Services, LLC. - All Rights Reserved http://www.marksbookkeeping.com