5 Ways to Deal with a Late-Paying Client

5 Ways to Deal with a Late-Paying Client

For a small business, nothing is more vital than a reliable cash flow, which is why it’s so frustrating when payment is late after the job is complete. How do you deal with a client who’s invoices are overdue? How do you prevent future late payments from happening?...
A Guide to Financial Lingo (Part Three)

A Guide to Financial Lingo (Part Three)

We’ve officially reached our third and final part of this three-part blog series, dedicated to explaining some of the more common, yet complicated, terms used by financial experts and reports.While we’re excited to wrap up the lingo guide with this last blog post,...
A Guide to Financial Lingo (Part Two)

A Guide to Financial Lingo (Part Two)

Welcome to part two of your own, personal guide to the often confusing jargon used by accountants. Earlier we discussed a few of those terms in part one, and now we’ll keep the conversation going with a few more to add to the list. Starting with… Equity Stake When a...
A Guide to Financial Lingo (Part One)

A Guide to Financial Lingo (Part One)

When a 2012 study in Florida revealed that over 50% of small business owners don’t read their own financial reports – with 86% of that 50% struggling with those same financials – the question must be asked whether it’s less a matter of not caring and more about...
How to Trademark and Copyright Your Intellectual Property

How to Trademark and Copyright Your Intellectual Property

For a business looking to claim the rights to their intellectual property, websites, branding designs, logos, productions, brand mottos, work, and more, getting the material in question trademarked or copyrighted is your one-stop-shop to legal protection. It’s a...
EIN Application Process Has Been Revised by the IRS

EIN Application Process Has Been Revised by the IRS

Are you planning on starting a business or changing entity types and needing an Employment Identification Number (EIN)? The process is being changed by the IRS and taking effect May 13, 2019. An EIN is a nine-digit tax identification numbers assigned to sole...

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