Schedule A (Form 1040) is used by filers to report itemized deductions. Use Schedule A (Form 1040) to figure your itemized deductions. In most cases, your federal income tax will be less if you take the larger of your itemized deductions or your standard deduction.
Schedule B (Form IRS 1040A or IRS 1040), Interest and Ordinary Dividends
Form IRS 1040 Schedule B is used by filers to report interest and ordinary dividend income. Information about Schedule B (Form IRS 1040A or IRS 1040), Interest and Ordinary Dividends, including recent updates, related forms, and instructions on how to file. Use Schedule B to report your taxable interest or ordinary dividends.
Schedule C Form IRS 1040, Profit Loss from Business
Schedule C (Form IRS 1040) is used to report income or loss from a business operated or a profession practiced as a sole proprietor. Also, use Schedule C to report wages and expenses that occurred as a statutory employee. Publication 525 discusses many kinds of income (money, property, or services) and explains whether they are taxable or nontaxable. Use this schedule to report income or loss from a business you operated or a profession you practiced as a sole proprietor.
Schedule C EZ (Form IRS 1040), Net Profit from Business
Schedule C-EZ (Form IRS 1040) is used instead of Schedule C by qualifying small businesses and statutory employees with expenses of $5,000 or less. You can use this schedule if you operated a business or practiced a profession as a sole proprietorship or qualified joint venture, or you were a statutory employee and you have met all the requirements listed in Schedule C-EZ, Part I.
Schedule D (Form IRS 1040), Capital Gains and Losses
Form IRS 1040 Schedule D is used to report sales, exchanges, or certain involuntary conversions of capital assets, certain capital gain distributions, and non-business bad debts. The form includes the tax computation using maximum capital gain rates. Use this schedule to report the sale or exchange of capital assets, gains from involuntary conversions of capital assets, capital gain distributions, and non-business bad debts.
Schedule E Form IRS 1040
Information about Schedule E (Form IRS 1040), Supplemental Income and Loss, including recent updates, related forms, and instructions on how to file. Schedule E (Form IRS 1040) is used by filers to report income from rental real estate, royalties, partnerships, S corporations, estates, trusts, and residual interests in real estate mortgage investment conduits (REMICs).
Schedule EIC (Form IRS 1040A or IRS 1040), Earned Income Credit
Schedule EIC (Form IRS 1040) is used by filers who claim the earned income credit to give the IRS information about the qualifying child. After you have figured your earned income credit (EIC), use this schedule to give the IRS information about your qualifying child.
Schedule 8812 (Form IRS 1040) is used by taxpayers to calculate and report both the Child Tax Credit and the Additional Child Tax Credit. Use Part I of this schedule to document that any child for whom you entered an ITIN and for whom you also checked the “if qualifying child for child tax credit” box, is a resident of the United States because the child meets the substantial presence test and is not otherwise treated as a nonresident alien. Use Parts II-IV of Schedule 8812 to figure the additional child tax credit.
Schedule F (Form IRS 1040), Profit Loss from Farming
Information about Schedule F (Form IRS 1040), Profit Loss from Farming, including recent updates, related forms, and instructions on how to file. Use this schedule to report farm income and expenses.
Schedule H Form IRS 1040
Schedule H (Form IRS 1040) is used by household employers to report household employment taxes. Schedule A (Form 940) is used by every employer who had 4 or more employees on at least one day of each of 20 calendar weeks in a calendar year to file a return on Form 940 for such year. Use this schedule to report household employment taxes if you paid cash wages to a household employee and the wages were subject to social security, Medicare, or FUTA taxes, or if you withheld federal income tax.
Schedule J Form IRS 1040
Information about Schedule J (Form IRS 1040), Income Averaging for Farmers and Fishermen, including recent updates, related forms, and instructions on how to file. Use this schedule to elect to figure your income tax by averaging, over the previous 3 years (base years), all or part of your taxable income from your trade or business of farming or fishing.
Schedule R (Form IRS 1040A or IRS 1040), Credit for the Elderly or the Disabled
Information about Schedule R (Form IRS 1040), Credit for the Elderly or the Disabled, including recent updates, related forms, and instructions on how to file. Use this schedule to figure the credit for the elderly or the disabled.
- 1120 – S or C Corporations
- 1065 – Partnerships and LLC
- 1041 – Fiduciary Tax
- 1041 – Estate Tax
- 990 – Exempt Org (Non-Profit)
- 709 – Gift Tax
We will prepare your IRS tax return for both State and Federal and e-file for you. Your return shall be prepared with the highest standards as for all of our clients.
The cost of hiring a bookkeeper can vary depending on the size of the business and the Bookkeeper’s experience. However, on average, a bookkeeper will charge anywhere between $40 – $85 per hour, depending on the size of the business.
Bookkeeping involves the recording, regularly, of a company’s financial transactions. With proper bookkeeping, companies can track all their books to make critical operating, investing, and financing decisions.
Our bookkeepers manage all financial data for companies in or around North Hollywood CA and Hollywood, CA.
Bookkeeping is the recording of financial transactions and is part of accounting in business and other organizations. It involves preparing source documents for all transactions, operations, and other business events.
Transactions include purchases, sales, receipts, and payments by a person or an organization/corporation. There are several standard bookkeeping methods, including the single-entry and double-entry bookkeeping systems. While these may be viewed as “real” bookkeeping, any process for recording financial transactions is a bookkeeping process.
The person in an organization employed to perform bookkeeping functions is usually called the bookkeeper (or book keeper).
Above all, efficient accounting and operating procedures ensure that the business runs smoothly. Clearly, future growth is possible, only if the books are in good and accurate order.
Moreover, El Cid Bookkeeping, Inc. has been providing accounting services to small, medium, and large size businesses. Apart from this, El Cid can perform functions as general ledger accounting, payroll, financial analysis, bank reconciliations, and financial statement reports.
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First, we are the BEST Bookkeeping and Income Tax Service Firm around! Most importantly, our bookkeepers and accountants are highly qualified.
Indeed, we will prepare, examine, and analyze your accounting records, financial statements, and any other financial reports.
On the other hand, we will analyze your business expenses, revenues, financial obligations, to project future revenues and expenses.
Apart from this, we will establish your Chart of Account and assign entries to the proper accounts.