Whether you are a new business owner or one that’s been in business for years, understanding requirements of a fiscal year close can be confusing. Keeping your financial information and records accurate year-round is critical to the success of your business, and it makes things that much easier during fiscal close.Start the Conversation
Here are the top 5 questions you should ask, as you approach the process of closing your 2015 books:
- Have you recorded all your revenue for 2015?
- Do you have organized processes to record expenses in a timely manner?
- Does your accounting function have oversight, checks and balances to ensure your books are accurate on a monthly basis?
- Have you contacted your tax professional to schedule a meeting? Definitely try to avoid the March 15th and April 15th rush!
- Did you make quarterly estimated tax payments throughout 2015? If not, you should ask your tax professional if this is an option in 2016.
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