Tax season is here, and if you’re a business, that probably means you’re doing a lot of printing in the next few weeks. Printer issues are the last thing you want getting in the way of completing your company’s taxes on time, so to lower your stress during this busy time of year, we put together some business printing tips that will help you get the most out of your printer.
Gather all of the right documents for filing. Before you start, make sure you have the appropriate tax documents. Different forms are required for different types of businesses. For example, you may need Form 1040 for a sole proprietorship, Form 1120 for a corporation, Form 1120S for S corporations, Form 1065 for partnerships, among others. Quickbooks has an extensive list of tax forms for businesses here, or you can reference the IRS website. To help you with the basics, we put together a tax prep checklist that covers the essential documents you need for filing. We tried to make this list as comprehensive as possible but there may be other documents you need that aren’t listed – when in doubt, consult a tax professional!