I am just starting out doing some bookeeping for a friend. She paid her 1st and last months rent plus a security deposit. How will I post the last months rent and the security deposit?
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How should I record an estimated tax payment? As a prepaid Asset? And then adjust it when I pay the actual tax at the end of the year?Hi,Thanks for your question. If you are a sole proprietor paying your estimated tax payments out of your business account, the payments would be posted as an Owner's Equity Draw Sub-account as follows:DEBIT Owner's Draw: Estimated TaxesCREDIT Bank Account
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How to post a prepaid insurance expense, or can I just post it as a one time expense when invoiced? The payments are made monthly over a one year period going into the next year.Nadeen
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