at 205 Judan St, Bakersfield, 93304 United States
This business provides bookkeeping, payroll, tax and personal finance services. We strive to give 100% in customer service and quality.
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Beginning on Jan First 2015 every Tuesday At Candice Pressley Accounting will be Tax Tip Tuesday!!!! This means each Tuesday from Jan First to April 14 2015 I will be posting a Tax Tip the will pertain to either business or personal taxes. They will be posted two times during the day this way more people will be able to see the post.
Black Friday is one of the biggest shopping days every year. But before everyone begins to splurge on holiday gifts. You should take the time to make a budget with a list of people you are buying for and stick to it. This will help you keep better track of what has been spent. There's no sense in paying on debt until next the next holiday season.
That stressful time of year will be soon be here. TAX Time but it doesn't have to be stressful if you pick the right tax preparer. Be on the lookout for ways to get a discount on your tax preparation bill this upcoming year. Details will be available in the upcoming weeks.
It doesn't do any good to focus on yesterday's mistakes today. The past isn't changeable but the future can be!!!! Make every financial choice everyday with the future you want to have in mind.
Opportunities are all around us. We just have to notice and take advantage of them. Sometimes others just help us to see what was already there all along.
Effective Communication is in my opinion the most important aspect of any successful business. When things get lost in translation errors occur more often and nothing is 100% accurate.
Just renewed my PTIN for the upcoming tax season!!!!!!!!!! Last Piece of the puzzle!!!!!!!
Today I completed the continuing education tax course to prepare taxes in the upcoming season!!!!! Also renewed CTEC registration!!!!
Todays Tip A good and detailed business plan is the first step to having a successful business. The next step is to have a bookkeeper as soon as possible. If a bookkeeper is not within your means then make budgets on your own and stick to them as best you can.
Todays Tip Be patient enough to understand the situation. Expect the unexpected and spend less then you make and you will see growth in all aspects of life.
Today's Tip Everyone should have at least 8 months of their expenses saved up in a savings account that is easily accessed. This will help incase of a layoff or pay reduction. We can't see what will happen in the future but that doesn't mean we can't prepare to the best of our abilities.
Today's Tip Everyone should be very picky about who they let handle their financial future. People make mistakes but their mistakes with your business or taxes affects your future not their own. The Client should always be the most important!!!!!
This week's tip It's important to be involved with all of your finances. If you don't see or it understand it then you can't make the best decisions for your future. Some people are visual so seeing what is happening everyday is a lot more beneficial to them then having it explained to them.
Happy Fourth Of July To All!!!!! This week's tip A good way to give yourself financial freedom is to try and save 10% of everything you make now so in the future you can have more free time and not work so hard. Financial Freedom should also be everyone's goal along with all the other freedoms we have.
This Week's Tip Always leave room in your monthly budget for unexpected expenses because they will come up more often then not. So if you are ready for them it will be easier to handle the expense and the stress of it. Like
This Week's Tip Make sure the choices you make all year long will benefit you when it comes time to file your taxes. Keep things as correct and beneficial as possible to you.
Todays Tip Make sure to stay in contact with whoever you choose to prepare your taxes for you. The law requires them to be signed by the tax payer before they are able to be filed. Even if they are going to be e-filed they are still signatures required on the tax forms.