4 Houston Bookkeeper Tips for 2018

Now that the hustle and bustle of another tax season is behind us, it’s time to hunker down for a new one. While some of you may financially fly by the seat of your pants, others like to prepare. No matter which group you fall into, check out our 4 Houston bookkeeper tips for a […]

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5 Last Minute Tax Return Tips

You’re not alone if you have waited up to the last minute to prepare what will be a last minute tax return. Approximately 20% to 25% of tax returns are filed with in the last two weeks of the tax deadline. While some delay the process because they want to side step the hassle, the […]

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5 More Tax Return Scams for 2017

We at B&J Bookkeeping in Houston are always looking to report the latest in tax related scams. We realize that tax return time is one of the busiest times of the year for these fraudsters. Even the IRS is aware of these types of scams and puts out a yearly collection of the worst of the […]

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7 Tips For Tax Identity Theft Awareness Week

We at Houston B&J Bookkeeping love warning you about tax scams and have more to share. In short, tax identity theft can occur when someone uses your personal info to file a phony tax return and collect your return. This includes information such as your Social Security number, birthday, and more. It also can occur […]

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Bookkeeping Services Tip: 7 Things Worth the Money

We at B&J Bookkeeping Services are always trying to save you money. There are definitely some things that can be way overrated. But we decided to go the other way and share some of the best things to splurge on. So read on to learn what to spend on while trying to remember it does […]

5 Must Read Bookkeeping Tips for Small Business Owners

We have previously discussed bookkeeping tips for married couples as well as bookkeeping tips for those about to retire. But in addition to couples and individuals of all kinds, we see many business owners pass through our doors. Even those who use our bookkeeping or a similar service must still take some essential financial precautions. […]

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5 Retirement Bookkeeping Tips for Those Who Are Late

We’ve got bad news and good news. The bad news is most Americans aren’t even close to planning for retirement. A recent study showed that up to 36% of all Americans don’t even have $1,000 saved for retirement. In short, their savings wouldn’t pay for a month’s worth of expenses. Ideally but not practically, the […]

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How a Detailed Bookkeeping Plan Can Save You Big

In a world of low yields and high valuations in the market, trying to get a decent return on your investments can be tough. To best serve our present and future clients, a bookkeeping plan with this in mind is a step from traditional offerings because it comes with comprehensive planning based on your goals. […]

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Bookkeeping Scam in Harris County for Jury Duty

Imagine this: you answer your phone and the caller claims to be with the police and they are looking to arrest those who have missed jury duty. They claim you are one of them. The only way to avoid jail right there and then is to pay your missed jury duty fines over the phone. […]

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5 Bookkeeping Hacks for Every Parent

Until they reach the age of eighteen, kids are legally the responsibility of the parents. And with great responsibility comes great bookkeeping hacks. No one ever said raising kids was cheap, and the IRS has been known to cut many a break for parents who are struggling to pay their bills. With that in mind, […]

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