Reckoning your company bookkeeping and payroll pledge

Staying on top of small business accounting  for your continued success!

Covering some general accounting topics to help you compete in today’s crowded market. Accounting is a very important part of administering your business for many reasons. Staying current with your financial record keeping – Bookkeeping – will help you maintain constant knowledge of how your efforts to provide a product or service are doing. Keeping your employees and the tax liability current and paid is of equal importance.  We will help you navigate these intricacies, so you stay focused on other areas of your operations.

Small Business Accounting Articles

Bad Debt Accounting

Bad Debt Accounting

If you extend time for your customers to make payments for services or products sold, you are a creditor. The 30-day-net month is a typical time allotment for your customer to submit payment. We track the amount owed in Accounts Receivable, or A/R, a Current Asset bookkeeping account.

Focused on your small business success, these blog articles are about bookkeeping, QuickBooks Online, payroll, and general financial information relevant to our small enterprises. This may not be the sexiest of topics nor the most favorite part of running your company, but we will try to keep these accounting articles short, relevant, interesting, and to the point. If there are any questions you would like addressed, drop us an email with your idea and I will personally give it my utmost attention. Please keep the topics related to accounting and small business practices.

General Business Resources

These blog articles focus on general business ideas and practices geared towards us – the small business operators out there. Again, if there are any topics of interest within this category that you would like us to write about, please let Manuel or Charley know and we will give your suggestion serious attention.

Our Editorial Department

Seeing fit to express our opinion as it relates to business – especially small business concerns. Antidotes, company news, and other sundry items that we hope you will find useful. Wait, who are we kidding, this is Charley’s forum…Manny is the behind-the-scenes workhorse! In all seriousness, I hope you find these posts useful.

Making an Impact With Our Business Partners

Helping your company keep the office running like a well oiled machine!

Income Tax Disclosures

At C&M Bookkeeping, we work very hard for our clients providing weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual accounting support aimed at payroll, transactional, and record keeping organization for small businesses. This includes the necessary reports – the company’s Balance Sheet and Income Statement – used in income tax reporting preparations for the business portion of tax returns based on the information provided to us for accounting and record keeping purposes.

We post the transactions to the company accounting file that we are direct to record. We use these disclosed financial transactions to generate both of these reports. Company owners are responsible for accurately reporting all income and expenses used for the company tax preparation and accept all responsbilities for providing accurate and complete information for the reporting requirements. 

We are not tax preparers and do not provide tax advice nor tax return preparation services. We suggest to our clients and prospective clients to always consult a professional tax advisor – such as a state registered Attorney or Certified Public Accountant or an Internal Revenue Service certified Enrolled Agent – for both your business and personal tax planning, compliances and tax return concerns.

General Information Disclaimer

The information contained on these pages and in our informational articles contained within our blog features are provided for general informational purposes only and do not constitute any business decisions nor recommendations. As there are financial and legal risks inherently involved in forming and running a business, we always recommend consulting with a qualified legal and tax professional when considering your business goals and risks acceptance.

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