The Partnership Between Your CPA and Bookkeeper

The Partnership Between Your CPA and Bookkeeper

In order to fully maximize the efficiency of your company’s fiscal recordkeeping, you may choose to hire both a CPA and a bookkeeper. While it may be tempting to try to hire one person to manage all of your financial matters, a CPA and a bookkeeper each have unique...
How to Maximize Your Business Lunch Meetings

How to Maximize Your Business Lunch Meetings

Inviting a client out to a business meal is a great way to network and get to know the people you serve. As Journal of Accountancy points out, it can also provide a perfect opportunity to check in on their business goals and figure out where they currently stand. To...
How to Manage Your Cash Flow

How to Manage Your Cash Flow

As an entrepreneur, learning how to manage your cash flow can be difficult. It is all too easy to get stuck in the day-to-day operation of your business and lose track of the larger financial picture. However, no business owner wants to get blindsided by news that...
Do You Qualify for a Home Office Deduction?

Do You Qualify for a Home Office Deduction?

The home office deduction is one of the most sought-after (and confusing) tax deductions for small business owners. While it is often misunderstood and misused, the rules surrounding this coveted tax benefit are actually fairly simple. In this article, we’ll demystify...
Step-by-Step Guide to Starting Your Business

Step-by-Step Guide to Starting Your Business

Becoming an entrepreneur can be a lot of things at once: exciting, scary, confusing, fulfilling, stressful… With so many different things to do to get your operation up and running, knowing where to start can help you to avoid decision fatigue and get your product or...
How to Lower Your Self-Employment Taxes

How to Lower Your Self-Employment Taxes

While being an entrepreneur allows for great freedom in your work schedule, location, and creative vision, paying self-employment taxes can be daunting. Because you are essentially paying the taxes required from the employer and the employee, the total combined...

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