Post Number: 168
|Posted on Sunday, February 03, 2002 - 5:01 pm: |
Tom did you have in mind just kind of an informative check list of things that the CPA may be asking you to get together so you don’t windup making 2 – 3 trips to her office with this and that bit of info? It seems a waste of time to hold up filing a return just because you forgot to gather the right info doesn’t it? I bet many have to help educate the one doing the taxes if they have not had any experience with Cat adjusters.
|R D Hood
Post Number: 5
|Posted on Sunday, February 03, 2002 - 11:20 am: |
This subject is not,IMHO, an item that should be addressed publicly, as some of the suggestions may be detrimental to ones standing, and may also enlighten those that wish to invade our privacy, IYGMM.
This is much better off being discussed with an individual who is familiar with our type of business, and the costs associated therewith, and for anyone that is interested , such person or persons may contact me.
Post Number: 16
|Posted on Sunday, February 03, 2002 - 10:59 am: |
Its time for Uncle Sam's %. We know the vendors get 30 to 40 %! How much does Uncle Sam need?
How about this thread to give tips to "all" adjusters when it comes to tax filings and exemptions,expenses,write-offs,etc.
I, and others may need some help. Now don't post go see a CPA. This is for our information to help give to our CPA's in case 'we' all forget something that could help us.
I look forward to all the professional advise!!!\