Top 6 Financing Moves for Business Owners

Top 6 Financing Moves for Business Owners

If you are looking to improve your cash flow and want to set up your business’ future for success, it is time to take advantage of financing opportunities that are available to you. Here are six moves you can make to gain some extra capital. 1. Apply for an SBA Loan...
How Your State of Residency Affects Estate Taxes

How Your State of Residency Affects Estate Taxes

Estate planning is never an exciting topic, but it is crucial to set up your loved ones for success. If you would like to create the best estate plan for your future, it is essential that you first have an understanding of estate taxes.  When considering estate...
What Type of Business Expenses Can Be Written Off?

What Type of Business Expenses Can Be Written Off?

There are many costs that are incurred when operating a business. From your phone bill to printer ink, there are multiple items that you need to monitor. Common expenses include advertising, marketing, utilities, office space, payments to employees as well as vendors,...
7 Tips to Surviving a Ransomware Attack

7 Tips to Surviving a Ransomware Attack

With ransomware attacks on the rise, it is important to understand how you would respond to such a crisis. Unfortunately, how you handle a ransomware attack determines how much the incident will affect your finances, customers, and reputation.  If your business...
How to Offer a Cash Advance to Your Employees

How to Offer a Cash Advance to Your Employees

Your employees may find themselves in a variety of scenarios where the next payday can’t arrive fast enough. It’s common for employers to wish to assist employees through trying times and prevent them from experiencing financial hardship due to an untimely...
Labor Market Remains Resilient

Labor Market Remains Resilient

Although the Federal Reserve has attempted to slow the economy to get a handle on inflation, the unemployment rate actually declined in September. It was forecasted that the unemployment rate would be 3.7%, however, for the month of September, it was 3.5%.  The...
IRS Appeals Revises Initial Contact Letters

IRS Appeals Revises Initial Contact Letters

After receiving feedback from taxpayers and practitioners, the IRS Independent Office of Appeals has made updates to their initial contact letters. Previous contact letters that were received were difficult for taxpayers to understand. Therefore the IRS’ goal with...
Understanding IRS Statute of Limitations

Understanding IRS Statute of Limitations

When it comes tax time, filing a return can be a dreaded task for many business owners.  Although they can be a headache, filing your taxes is an important part of your business. Once you file, it is essential that you remember the date you submit them and that...
Supporting Your Employees’ Financial Wellbeing

Supporting Your Employees’ Financial Wellbeing

If you would like a more robust workforce that helps the success of your business, it may be time to consider ways that you as the business owner can help better support your employees. A healthier workforce means that you will see a greater quality of work as well as...

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