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Prepare for tax season with Xendoo, your expert bookkeeping and tax team.

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Tax Day will be upon us before you know it! A common mistake many small business owners make is not prioritizing their bookkeeping and tax operations. Small business owners often wear many hats and need to continuously seek innovative ways to streamline their operations to drive success and growth. 

The most common tax mistakes small business owners make are…

  • – Misreporting income
  • – Mixing personal and business revenues and expenses 
  • – Not doing any tax planning 
  • – Not claiming the qualified business income deduction 
  • – Ignoring business startup expenses

 

Partnering with Xendoo’s online bookkeeping and tax team will ensure your business is compliant and tax ready, while you focus on your business strategy and day to day operations.  

Dedicated to working with small businesses, Xendoo takes on the stress of taxes, so you don’t have to. With expert tax preparation, filing, and year-round tax advisory support, they’ll keep you tax-ready all year long, even with your personal taxes!  

Efficient bookkeeping and tax planning are indispensable for the growth of small businesses. They provide the financial tools to help your business thrive.

Xendoo highlights:  

  • – Weekly bookkeeping
  • – Tax consulting 
  • – Tax preparation and filing 
  • – Dedicated accountant 
  • – On-time monthly financial reports 
  • – Interactive dashboard insights 

Getting Started

NEWITY has partnered with Xendoo to help small business owners navigate their finances with confidence. Your one stop solution for all your accounting needs. Let Xendoo handle the bookkeeping and tax hassles while you put more money in your pocket, reduce your stress, and get back to what you love to do. Schedule a free consultation call to get started, risk free. 

Your online bookkeeping and tax team, so you can do what you love.

To qualify for an SBA 7(a) small business loan, your business must be:

  1. U.S.-based and operated
  2. Owner supported / owner funded
  3. Eligible per the SBA’s requirements

Your loan amount will determined by the business’ average annual revenue, FICO score, and years in business