Tomorrow starts April and it’s not an April Fool’s Joke that in addition to spring showers, the month of April also brings the legality of having to file tax returns. While there’s not a lot of joy in preparing these forms, it does give you the opportunity to get your financial house in order.
The perfect resource to assist you in finding a local business to prepare your taxes or help you determine your financial goals is your Small Pond Yellow Pages directory in print, online (www.SmallPondYP.com) and mobile formats.
We know that all across the nation almost 5 billion references are made to the Yellow Pages each year, with over 63% making a contact, visit or purchase after a search.
Look under the Tax Preparation Services or Tax Consultants headings in the Yellow Pages to find companies that service both individuals and small businesses with their tax and accounting needs.
If you need assistance in resolving a tax issue, you can find nearby companies under the Tax Reporting Services or Tax Grievance Services categories to aid you in finding a solution to your problem.
Once your taxes are filed, it’s time to breathe a little easier and start thinking about your financial future. Peruse the Financial Planning Consultants heading for a personal discussion with an expert on your current status and future financial goals. And now is a good time to start thinking about next year’s taxes, and to look under the Charities or Social and Human Services Organizations sections to consider making donations for tax write-offs. Or, if you owed money to Uncle Sam, check out the Banking category to start putting money away for next year’s taxes.
Also, if you are like a lot of people and need to get a handle on your credit card spending, contact a local business under the Debt Consolidation or the Credit and Debt Counseling Services headings that will work with your creditors to repair your credit and get you back on your feet in no time.
Our Small Pond Yellow Pages directories have all the local tax and financial businesses you need in one place. And if you’re one of the lucky taxpayers that gets a tax refund, you can look under the Investment Advisory Service heading to invest your windfall or take your family out to eat at a new place under the Restaurants category.