Keep accurate records.  This is an easy one but often difficult for some people. Make sure you save your receipts for everything recorded! Put them in an envelope. At the end of the year, print off your spreadsheet and deliver it to us with the rest of your documents. 

What you will need:

  • W-2's, 1099's 
  • 1098 mortage interest statements
  • Additional dependents / child and dependent care expenses
  • Education expenses
  • ​Out of pocket work expenses
  • Rental income and expenses
  • Medical expenses i.e. prescriptions, dental and medical insurance premiums.
  • Estimated tax payment dates and amounts.
  • Cash gifts to charity including dates, name of charity and amounts.
  • ​Noncash gifts to charity including dates, name of charity, type of item with description of condition and the estimated fair market value or price paid if it was new.  If the item was worth more than $500, consult us as other rules apply.
  • Business trips including date, name of locatioin, address, purpose of trip, number of miles and beginning/ending odometer. Also note any tolls or parking fees.
  • Gambling wins/losses including date, location, people present, type of wager/game and amounts.
  • ​Make note of when and how much federal and state estimates taxes you may pay.
  • Self-employed business income and expenses.

Accounting, Bookkeeping & Payroll Tips-

We will need:

  • Monthly bank statements
  • Credit card statements
  • Your check register
  • Bank log-in information for accountants

          (If possible)

Payroll:

  • W-4's for employees
  • Direct deposit information including routing number and account number
  • Milage log - business miles
  • Per-diem details i.e. days out of town
  • Direct deposit authorization form

Interesting fact--

The 1913 tax code set a basic 1 percent tax rate on annual income exceeding $3,000 for individuals and $4,000 for married couples.


Quote Corner--

Indoors or out, no one relaxes in March, that month of wind and taxes, the wind will presently disappear, the taxes last us all the year.

--Ogden Nash

We offer FREE e-file  on all tax returns we prepare. E-file Information:

The IRS began accepting some e-filed individual tax returns on January 31, 2014. Some forms will not be ready until late February or early March. They expect to issue refunds to taxpayers in less than 21 days from when an e-filed tax return is accepted. 

Tax Prep Tips-

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Hunts Accounting, Inc.

801.446.6380

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801.446.9617

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Monday - Friday 8:30a-5p

Saturday: By appointment only

Extended hours: Jan. 1 - April 15


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Forms W-2, 1099s and other tax filing forms are required to be mailed by January 31. If you do not receive the forms by February 14 let us know and we can assist you.





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