It’s a Happy Easter for OfficeHelp!

It’s a Happy Easter for OfficeHelp and it can be for you too! Just passing on a great and informative article I found…

Why Smart Entrepreneurs Skip the April Tax Deadline:

Sole proprietors, whether LLCs or not, can benefit by filing their tax returns later in the year.

Color Easter eggs with your children rather than collect tax papers? Prepare the soup for the Passover Seder instead of looking for business expense receipts?
Happy Easter from OfficeHelp!

Happy Easter from OfficeHelp!

Write that “Dear John” e-mail to your soon-to-be-ex boyfriend and send your sister to pick up all your tax records from his house after things cool down?

Will any of these reasons for filing your tax return after the April 15 deadline win approval from the IRS? That’s really a question from out of the past, because if you’re a sole proprietor–even one with employees–you no longer need a reason to send your 2005 tax return to the government as late as October 15, 2006.

To get the OK on the October deadline, simply file IRS Form 4868 by April 17. (Because April 15 falls on a weekend this year, the IRS has extended the deadline by two days.) …

For more information read Why Smart Entrepreneurs Skip the April Tax Deadline | Entrepreneur.com written by June Walker, a financial and tax consultant and the author of Self-Employed Tax Solutions.