Have you started preparing your financials for year end?
When your business is in full swing, it's easy to push off financial maintenance until the end of the year. But don't wait until December to get your financial house in order. Whether it's prepping for tax season or gearing up for the new year, the fall is a great time to check in with the financial aspects of your business.
1. Review Your Budget to Actual
If you're not on track to make your budgeted goals, now's the time to fix it. Review your year-to-date results and compare them to your budget. If your forecast for the rest of the year doesn't get you to where you need to be, make some adjustments to either reduce expenses, increase revenues, or both!

2. Ensure Your Accounting Records Are Updated
It's a good idea to keep your accounting records updated on a regular basis, but if you've been putting them off, the fall's a good time to check back in and make sure everything looks good. 

3. Prepare For Year-End Payroll Reporting
If you pay employees or independent contractors, you'll likely have some forms to file come year-end. Both Form 1099 (for independent contractors) and Form W-2 (for employees) have set filing deadlines and require certain information about the recipient. If you haven't previously collected this information (such as their full name, mailing address and social security number), now's the time. Track down this information before year-end so that you're not scrambling around for it right before the filing deadline.
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Here's how it works: 
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Do you cringe every time a potential customer asks, “Do you take credit?” Make it easy for yourself and your business with our Merchant Card services. Boost your bottom line and expand your customer base in one fell swoop. And next time, proudly say, “Yes!” with the help of FNB.
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Did you know interest rates are at an 18-month LOW for Veterans?

We are proud to offer the VA Interest Rate Reduction Refinance Loan (IRRRL) program. This loan allows veterans to refinance their existing VA loan to a new VA loan at a lower rate, or from an adjustable rate to a fixed rate.

Income, asset, and appraisal requirements can also be waived on the VA IRRRL program.

The VA Funding fee is only 0.50% and is financed into the loan amount, plus some eligible veterans may even be exempt from this funding fee.

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405-869-1640 | sreiswig@fnbmwc.com
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