by Christy Heitger-Ewing | photos by Brian Brosmer

Just like the holidays, tax season will be here before you know it. It’s not wise to wait to seek help from a tax professional until tax season begins, and since that starts in January, you should be thinking about your taxes now.

“If someone calls me in January, February, or March, it’s almost too late at that point,” says Jon Markee, founder of Remote CPA. “It’s pretty common for a client to show up with years’ worth of bookkeeping that needs to be done. Some are in denial that they have accounting and bookkeeping issues, but in reality, it’s usually a mess.”

According to Markee, most people’s financial situation is worse than what they realize. Even if they’ve hired a bookkeeper, that bookkeeper may not be well-versed in all of the intricacies of the market. Remote CPA’s mission is to create the best BuilderTrend experience for homebuilders who use QuickBooks.

“Some of my prospective clients are tired of the hassle of working with their CPA, who still requires them to print and sign forms rather than taking advantage of electronic signatures,” says Markee. “At Remote CPA, we are committed to giving clients a good, convenient experience that leaves them feeling confident.”

It’s always smart to plan ahead so if you’re a homebuilder, now is the time to schedule a diagnostic call with Markee. He can clean up any bookkeeping issues you’re having during these last few months of the year and start 2024 in good shape.

“Once the books are clean, the tax return itself is pretty straightforward. It’s just dropping in the numbers,” says Markee, who focuses on selling year-round monthly plans to keep your business up-to-date and running smoothly.

Prevent the headaches that you may have experienced in the past, and contact Markee for a free consult today.

For more information, email or visit to check out all of the services Markee offers, including accounting, budgeting, bookkeeping, and forecasting.