tax


Time to Send Out 1099s: What to Know
Time to Send Out 1099s: What to Know The 1099 can be mysterious. Business owners guess at its rules and requirements. Tracking changes to the procedures (some as recent as last February) can be so exasperating, some entrepreneurs just give up and file nothing at all. This can be dangerous […]

Time to Send Out 1099s: What to Know


Setting Realistic Profit Expectations For Your New Business
10 Tax and Budgeting Moves to Start the New Year Off Right While the prospect of comprehensive tax reform looms large, there are some actions that you can take now that will help you and your business do well under current or new tax rules. In addition, law changes and […]

10 Tax and Budgeting Moves to Start the New Year ...


Separating business and personal finances
8 Accounting To-Dos for Your End-of-the-Year Checklist An understaffed accounting department caused big trouble for the city of Spokane, Washington. During an audit of the city’s 2014 taxes, several errors surfaced, including revenue miscalculation, an overstatement of general fund expenses and inaccurate reports of debt changes.

8 Accounting To-Dos for Your End-of-the-Year Checklist



The 2 Glaring Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make When It Comes to Taxes Q: What is the biggest mistake entrepreneurs make when it comes to taxes? A: Often entrepreneurs make their biggest tax mistakes before they are even up and running by overcomplicating their initial business setup. And unfortunately, once entrepreneurs fall […]

The 2 Glaring Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make When It Comes to ...


The Dos and Don’ts of Expensing Business Travel You travel for business and you want to stay on the straight and narrow with your tax deductions, right? If you are a business owner or you are considered self-employed, you can certainly take advantage of tax perks for business trips to […]

The Dos and Don’ts of Expensing Business Travel