8 Ways to Save Time and Money - Part 1: Tax Preparation Services
So I recently gave a presentation at the AXUG Kentucky Chapter meeting and wanted to share some of the information I shared with the group. One of my presentations was about 8 Ways to Save Time and Money for your Business. This was something I put together last minute as the my tax guy flaked out at the last minute.
These are in no particular order but here goes the list of 8. I will be writing a blog about each one to explain in more detail how you can save time and/or money so keep checking back over the next week or so for the full list.
8 Ways to Save Time and Money
- Tax Preparation Services
- Sales Tax Credits and Incentives
- FX Assessment
- Data and Transaction Processing
- System Performance
- Cloud Services
- Managed Services
- Security Audit
Sales Tax Preparation Services
Accountants often times spend many hours compiling information and preparing taxes. When all the forms are completed and submitted, there is often times that “What if I missed something?” question weighing at the back of your mind.
Real tax savings aren’t achieved at just the federal, international, state or local levels – they are realized through a disciplined, integrated approach that anticipates how each tax challenge informs all others to deliver real savings for your company.
By outsourcing your tax preparation needs, accountants can save valuable time, allowing them to focus on business issues that are more important. Additionally, you can rest easy knowing that you haven’t missed something.
When you use Microsoft Dynamics ERP solutions to manage your business, you might be wondering why you need these types of services. Using Microsoft Dynamics ERP solutions is a great tool to help you gather the data that is required to support your tax preparation process. However, Dynamics can’t read minds yet and make business decisions for you. (I will be sure to keep you posted as Microsoft keeps pushing forward with thier artificial intelligence solutions in the years to come.)
Since it is close to year end, I figured I would also share with you a few articles to help you with your 2016 year-end tax considerations.
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