This blog post was originally published through the IRS Tax Tips service. More information on all of these topics can be found at the Small Business and Self-Employed Tax Center. Small business owners often have a running list of things to do. These include deadlines, sales calls, employee issues, banking, advertising – and taxes. The IRS… Read more »
This post was written by Caron Beesley and first appeared as an SBA.gov blog on April 2, 2015. Tax time brings with it a sense of urgency and pressure, and mistakes inevitably follow. Tax deductions go unclaimed, paper trails go awry and costly surprises can result. Here are eight of the most common tax preparation… Read more »
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Your headshot says a lot about you. Do you look like a confident person? Do you take care in your appearance? Do you seem like a professional? These are all questions that hiring departments may think of or clients may wonder when choosing you. Whether they are looking at your LinkedIn profile or choosing your […]
Owning a small business is like starting a family but often I feel like a single parent with quintuplets. When I first began my business in 2012 I filed out all of the correct paperwork. As it would seem, I did so in the most backwards order I could imagine. This was not by my […]
Many small business owners talk with their accountant (or try to find one) only at tax time. Those who do, however, are missing the opportunity to develop a real relationship with one of the most important business advisors that you will have. Accountants have a large range of expertise that will be crucial to you… Read more »
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