8 Year-End Action Steps

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There is just a few weeks left in this year, and the temptation to start Christmas Break early is so easy to do when you’re a work-at-home business owner. Don’t give into that temptation. Starting today and before the kids are home for Christmas Vacation make it your priority to get these 8 year-end action steps complete for your Mom Business.

In today’s episode I will be going through the 8 action steps you can still complete before this year is in the books. I will also be discussing my Business Tax Toolkit which contains checklists, logs, and resources for organizing your business taxes.

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Action Step #1: Record quarterly estimated Federal & State payments

Action Step #2: Log your odometer reading on December 31st

Action Step #3: Count inventory after last sale of the year

Action Step #4: Review for 1099 vendors paid over $600

Action Step #5: Review employee records for current addresses

Action Step #6: Gather receipts of property to depreciate

Action Step #7: Consider making any purchases before year-end

Action Step #8: Make a plan for next year

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