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Hello, I'm Cynthia. I would like to welcome you to my site about financial planning. After heading off to college, I found my bank account dangerously low or in the negative far too often. I had enough funds to sustain my needs each month, so I set to work figuring out what happened. I developed a personal budget system that worked to keep money in my account while still being able to enjoy college life. I will talk more about this budgeting system, and its importance, on this website. I hope you will come by to learn how to get your finances in check as well. Thanks.

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3 Reasons Why A Small Business Accounting Professional Is Essential

Have you recently started a small business to make some extra money? Are you under the impression that you can do pretty much everything yourself until you have enough clients/customers to hire an employee or two? Depending on exactly what type of business you have, you may indeed be able to do a lot of what needs to be done on your own. Hiring someone to clean the office, for instance, doesn't make a whole lot of sense when the "office" is a corner of your home and any cleaning is what you'd do normally to keep the place tidy. But there is one area that many small business owners attempt to tackle despite not having any real qualifications to do so: the financial side. This doesn't mean that you need someone to take payment for goods or services on your behalf but that you should have someone keep track of the accounting for you. A few of the biggest reasons to do so include:

Deductions: The tax code is a confusing monstrosity that few people comprehend even when it comes to just personal taxes. When it comes to small business accounting, you have better things to do than trying to figure out things like how much of your new vehicle's purchase can be deducted from your taxes, if anything. A trained professional will know exactly what sort of tax breaks & deductions your business qualifies for under local, state, and federal tax codes without you having to lift a finger to find out.

Extensions: It's something that happens to many small business owners: tax time rolls around and you either haven't set aside quite enough money or you had to dip into that money due to your customers or clients not paying you on time. As your business grows larger, you'll be better at avoiding this type of situation entirely, but it can be extremely stressful in the early days of your company. A small business accounting professional will have the experience to draft a letter to the IRS that will successfully persuade them to give you a little more time to pay off any taxes that you owe. 

Opportunities: There are times when investing in something seems like a great idea to the average person but the results are going to be less than what you might have expected. Conversely, there are times when doing something like moving to a commercial location seems like a bad idea but can actually be a great financial boost to your company. Someone who is skilled with small business accounting will be able to help you make the right financial choice when it comes to what direction to take your business in.

For more information, contact companies like Universal Accounting and Financial Services, Inc.