NATIONAL RUGBY POST LAUNCHES REVAMPED WEBSITE & DEBUTS MY RUGBY STORY

National Rugby Post is pleased to announce the launch of its new fully-featured website www.nationalrugbypost.com. The new site has extensive content including a new series named “My Rugby Story”.  The National Rugby Post website is offers market intelligence and analysis of the business of rugby, rugby brands, and rugby entertainment.  National Rugby Post is the #1 content provider of rugby business intelligence in the United States.  National Rugby Post covers a range of trends that includes professionalism, sponsorship, legality, media, and commercialism. The new website will include a new focus on player commercialism, a competition for “My Rugby Story” and a column on the growing business of rugby in the United States. Twitter @rugbyanalyst http://Facebook.com/NatonalRugbyPost   ### National Rugby Post is the #1 content provider of rugby business intelligence in the United States.  National Rugby Post covers a range of trends that includes professionalism, sponsorship, legality, media, and commercialism.  We provide decision support to brands, businesses and enterprises looking for support, marketing mediums, and engaging rugby content...

Denver Yearend Bookkeeping

Denver Yearend Bookkeeping The end of the year is quickly approaching.  At Clerkly Bookkeeping we can help get your books in order for  Denver yearend bookkeeping.   Here are some tips for tax preparation and year-end bookkeeping checklist to get you organized.  At Clerkly Bookkeeping in Denver we understand that every business has some sort of customized requirements. Do not view this list as all-inclusive. If you think of other bookkeeping tasks, do those too. When in doubt or if you have questions, seek guidance from a professional like Clerkly Bookkeeping Denver. Denver  Yearend Bookkeeping Checklist: Get Organized. Collect all reciepts and bank statements. Do all the usual end-of-month chores for the last month of the year. The best way to stay organized during the year is to enter your transactions into QuickBooks. Reconcile Your Bank Account. Invoicing.  Be sure to complete invoicing for all of your customers. Collections – Collect all of your past due amounts if at all possible. Expenses and Accounts Payable: Verify all of your accounts payables have been recorded in QuickBooks. Make your 401(k), SEP IRA, and Simple IRA contributions, if you plan to. Prepare and file any end-of-year payroll tax returns – 1099/1096, W-2/W-3, 4th Qtr. Payroll . Collect W-9′s. Print two copies of the annual Cash-Flow Statement, the Annual Profit & Loss Statement, and the Year-End Balance Sheet. Double Check your Profit & Loss: After making all of the adjustments listed above, double check your P&L Statement (aka Income Statement). Do your income and expense numbers make sense? Compare your profit and loss statement against prior years and against your budget. Think long and hard to make...