Tag: former category : Taxes
Small Business Tips - Mar 17th 2016
A 5-Step Guide to Manageable Tax Prep for Entrepreneurs
Not only are taxes time consuming, confusing, and a nuisance, but they can also be a drain on your wallet if you don’t prepare well. This is especially true for entrepreneurs who, aside from having to deal with the complicated tax filing process of running a business, also have to actually run the business.
Small Business Tips - Mar 15th 2016
6 (Truly Amazing) Tools to Help Grow Your Small Business
Business owners are constantly bombarded with online tools and services that claim to boost productivity and help manage the growth of their business, many of which fail to deliver their promises. This is a list of tools that do deliver, and truly help small businesses get to that next level.
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Small Business Tips - Mar 01st 2016
5 Receipts Small Business Owners Should Take Extra Care to Keep
Holding on to detailed receipts for expenses is one of your best defenses in an audit. Receipts also act as a log, allowing you to jot down important context about your (sometimes costly) expenses. Of course, not all receipts are created equal, so we’ve compiled a list of five, highly scrutinized receipts for which you’ll want to keep receipts.
Small Business Tips - May 23rd 2014
Top 7 Reasons to Keep a Separate Bank Account for Business Funds
You’ve probably heard that it’s important to keep your personal and business finances separate. Here are seven reasons why, courtesy of our friends at GoDaddy Online Bookkeeping.
Small Business Tips - Feb 04th 2014
Employee vs. Contractor: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You
Did you know there’s a huge difference between a freelancer/contractor and an employee, especially when it comes to taxes? It’s been such an issue that the IRS is cracking down on businesses that confuse the two when it comes to tax collection and filing. Are you sure you’ve correctly categorized your workers? The lines are a little more complicated than you might think.