Despite the warm temperatures, if you look closely, you'll see that some of the leaves are beginning to change colors and some are even falling. Soon, the air will catch up and cool down. With Labor Day over and the school busses on the streets, I'm thinking about fall and… Continue Reading..
The size and scope of receipts has gotten ridiculous. Whether you’re buying bottled water at CVS or lunch at Boston Market, you’re likely to get a receipt that is at least a foot long and loaded with type that says: How did we do? Call our toll-free number and receive… Continue Reading..
Soon you will have the information you need to file your taxes, it’s time to be proactive and get things done! Showing up at your accountant’s office on April 14th with a shoebox full of receipts is not going to do you any favors - in fact, it could cost you… Continue Reading..
People use their business experience to inform their decisions in all areas of their lives, but none more so than running a household. And like any good business with a good bookkeeper, families benefit enormously from using accounting software, which makes it easy to: Track your expenses in greater detail… Continue Reading..
End of year preparations are in full swing at Judith Heft & Associates, and today I’d like to share some of the best practices we have developed over the past 18 years. We start with three folders for each client: Anything that’s going to be on a client’s income tax… Continue Reading..
As 2012 draws to a close, now is the time time to begin preparations for all of your End-of-Year reporting and tax requirements. Meeting with your accountant is the most important financial thing you can do to get ready for the end of the year, and it’s not too late. Your… Continue Reading..