The experts at Remote Accountant LLC understand tax payers work hard for their money, and are providing services for businesses seeking to file their 10-Q reports seamlessly beginning March 4th, 2014.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) March 04, 2014
The national accounting, bookkeeping, & tax firm Remote Accountant LLC prides itself on protecting its client's money and business investments. Their mission is to provide exemplary service to individual taxpayers, entrepreneurs, and small business clients; while adhering to three founding principles of professionalism, responsiveness, and quality. As the Q1 term in the fiscal year proceeds in its final stages, businesses will soon be responsible for filing Q2 reports. It's imperative that small businesses secure qualified financial advisers to avoid costly accounting oversights, that may jeopardize business productivity.
Market Watch reported on February 25th, 2014 the Zygo Corporation received a notice from the NASDAQ Stock Market LLC, informing Zygo that it was no longer in compliance with NASDAQ's listing rule, ascribed to Zygo's not filing its quarterly report in a timely manner (ending on December 31, 2013). Zygo's lateness has been attributed to its reevaluation of deferred tax assets and liability accounts. To read Market Watch's full article about Zygo's quarterly report visit marketwatch.com/story/zygo-receives-nasdaq-notice-regarding-late-form-10-q-filing-2014-02-25.
On March 1, 2014, Apple Insider reported that during Apple's Q1 2014 reporting the company declared an increase of $525 million in cash payments "made in connection with business acquisitions." The Apple company is under scrutiny for keeping the identity of many of its 23 recent acquisitions a secret. In comparison with previous 10Q filings, Apple's new figure dwarfed all previous 10Q filings combined. For more information visit appleinsider.com/articles/14/03/01/why-apple-inc-is-keeping-the-identity-of-many-of-its-23-recent-acquisitions-a-secret.
Thomson Financial provides businesses with free 10-Q outline guides, updated in 2003.Thomson Financial states that 10-Q filing is divided into four quarters (Q1, Q2, Q3, & Q4) spanning in increments of three month periods. The goal of 10-Q reporting for small businesses is to track trending profits and losses, so that business owners may establish trends from previous 10-Q reports and address potential financial shortages or gains. For Thomson Research's 10-Q outline visit research.thomsonib.com/help/sec_guide04-03-02.htm#10Q.
Understanding how to get the greatest return of every tax dollar is a job within itself. Each year rates, incentives, breaks, and penalties vary both federally and by state. The experts at Remote Accountant LLC understand tax payers work hard for their money, and is providing services for businesses seeking to file their 10-Q reports seamlessly beginning March 4th, 2014. They offer clients financial planning to garner future savings.
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