Y/N: December 31st Yearend? A Tale of Two Decembers
Does your business have a December yearend? If so, sorry for interrupting! You must be super busy. A calendar year end can make a big difference to how this month unfolds.
My yearend is
My yearend ISN’T December 31st
Oh no! It’s December already!!!!
Oh wow, it’s December already?
No time to build a snowman – have to run some reports!
Do you want to build a snowman?
Damn it, got some chocolate smudges on the cash flow statements! Is chocolate a business expense, if it’s for therapeutic purposes?
Hey, hey, it’s Christmas cookie season! Woo-hoo!
Start without me! Have to reconcile these numbers.
See you at the work holiday party!
Merry Christmas! Time for some family & friends time.
Merry Christmas! Time for some family & friends time..
Beach sand in the envelopes (did you claim your beach holiday as a business expense?)
Let’s go on vacation!
Almost done… just need to double-check payroll & benefits…
Happy new year! Time for a party!
Happy It’s-All-Done-&-We-Can-Finally-Relax Day !
Uh-oh…when is OUR yearend?
Yearend can be a challenge to even the most boring months (looking at you, August). If you need help managing your books, don’t forget, we deliver financial records you can depend on. Seasonal greetings from us all at Black Tulip!