Thursday, December 4, 2014

Effective Business Organizing, Delegating & Follow-Up



Question 6 of the 12 Most Asked Questions When Starting a Business is:

How can the business effectively delegate responsibilities so each and every need of the business is assigned to a particular position and there is an orderly accountability to each?

In less than 90 seconds, this video gives 7 points that answer this question.

I look forward to working with you on these concepts and more.

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

QuickBooks Classes in Hurricane Begin Dec 8

Announcing QuickBooks training classes in Hurricane, Utah!

  • Each class lasts 45-60 minutes, with opportunities to ask personalized questions throughout the presentation.  
  • Class size is limited to 8 to ensure individual attention.  
  • Tuition is $25 per class, pick the topics most beneficial to you!
  • Location:  Accutek Solutions, 51 North 1000 West, Suite 5
  • Reserve your seat now by emailing Alisa Davis:  alisa@accuteksolutions.co  

Here's the schedule (all of these classes begin at 10 am):


Monday, December 8.  Lesson 1: Getting Started - A Quick Overview of the Accounting You Need To Know To Use QuickBooks

Thursday, August 28, 2014

12 Most Asked Questions When Starting A Business (Final 4)



This is the third of a three-video series that discuss the 12 most asked questions when starting a business.

I look forward to working with you on these questions and more.

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

12 Most Asked Questions When Starting A Business (Middle 4)



This is the second of a three-video series that discuss the 12 most asked questions when starting a business.

I look forward to working with you on these questions and more.

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Limited Partnership, LLC, S or C Corp -- Which is Best For My Business?


How is a sole proprietorship, general or limited partnership, LLC, S or C corporation different – which of these entity types is best for this business and its members?

I look forward to working with you on these questions and more.

12 Most Asked Questions When Starting A Business (First 4)



This is the first of a three-video series that discuss the 12 most asked questions when starting a business.

I look forward to working with you on these questions and more.

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

How Long Do I Have To Keep My Tax Documents ... Really?


Recent question from a client:  I have tax returns back to 1988, I am having items shred, can I shred some of these?

My answer:  Under "normal" circumstances, you can be audited for 3 years from the date you filed a return or the April 15 deadline, whichever is later for a given year.  Just to be safe, I advise keeping all records used to justify income and deductions on a return for one year beyond that, or 4 years.  All records include such things as all the W-2s, 1099s, bank and credit card statements, invoices, receipts, calendars, mileage records, etc.  Scanned copies of all these is a good option, as long as you keep a backup in a separate physical location.  I particularly recommend scanning any receipts or other documents printed on thermal paper, because these rapidly fade to an unreadable, useless state.

"Normal" circumstances implies that