You’re at the point in your business that you know you need help with your accounting. You need advice about recordkeeping, legal structure, funding, and how to minimize your tax liability. Your insurance broker tells you that you need a bookkeeper to help you get organized, but your banker is tell Read More
It’s the most wonderful time of the year again … tax season. If you’ve already begun the filing process, good for you! Most Americans wait until the first week of April to even begin thinking about filing, so you’re saving yourself a lot of panic down the road. And because you’re already ahead of t Read More
Busy entrepreneurs need to be aware of several important changes in federal 2017 Business Tax Filing Deadlines for the calendar year ending 12/31/2016.
Most notably is now employers have one month less to file Forms W-2 and 1099 MISC with the Federal Government. In the past, this information was d Read More
Over the next few months, people will drag loads of documents, files, and information into their tax preparer’s office to have their tax returns filed. To the uninitiated, the process can be daunting and stressful.

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Discusses the case of Byram v. United States and the various ways which courts use to determine whether income should be classified as either a capital gain or ordinary income. Read More
You will face risks in your business every day, and they can be catastrophic if you’re not prepared for them. If someone slips and falls in your place of business, or if an unhappy customer sues you, you could be looking at a potentially devastating lawsuit. Small business liability insurance could Read More
How much money did you make last year? That’s what a lot of business owners want to know right now—and for good reason.

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When it comes down to it, online bookkeeping has many benefits for both the small business owner and the accounting professional—collaboration, up-to-date records, security, accuracy, productivity, and more. If you don’t already manage your books online, call your bookkeeper or accountant today.
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Discusses the concept of cost segregation for the purpose of educating the general public and increasing awareness of the benefits which cost segregation can bring Read More
Ask anyone who’s been in business for more than 10 years and you’ll get the same reaction when you bring up small business taxes: Please change the topic. It’s not just that the topic is mind-meltingly boring (it is) or a buzz-kill (it is). It’s because taxes are always the biggest expense we have Read More
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