• Will Hiring A CPA For Your Taxes Make A Difference?

    If you're not sure whether you have a simple tax return you can do yourself or you wonder about missing significant tax advantages or are concerned that you might be making mistakes, use the checklist below from the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants to help you decide whether you should hire a certified public accountant (CPA) to help you prepare your tax return. You may want to [...]

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    Benefits of Liability Insurance For Your Business

    As a small business owner, insurance is probably one of the last things on your priority list. And I get it, it is not an income producing activity. However, this is a big mistake and can end up costing you your business in the worst case scenario or eating up your profits in the best case scenario. There are many benefits to having small business insurance and you will find that the costs offset [...]

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    Financing options for your small business

    There are numerous challenges when establishing your own small business. Financing is a major aspect to consider when embarking on this journey. Determining where the funds are going to come from can sometimes turn out to be a very nerve-racking endeavor. This really is an obvious obstacle, that you must overcome, and one, which often prevents many people from starting their own small business. [...]

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    Interested In Outsourcing Your Accounting?

    Are you feeling anxious about cleaning up the accounting and bookkeeping work which has piled up on your desk as we approach tax season? If so, why not choose to outsource your accounting to deal with the matter with ease and perfection. This is the simplest way for accounting firms and CPAs to deal with heavy workload to meet customer demand during the peak tax season. Outsourcing your accounting[...]

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    Are You Ready To Starting A Non-Profit?

    One of the most sought after question of how to start a non-profit successfully looms in the minds of many hopefuls. Starting a non-profit is more of a gamble in which many organizations perish faster than they sprout. In the US out of the 30,000 nonprofits created annually, 50% of the organizations fail. The reasons are not clear, however, lack of planning and management are cited as the major [...]

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    This Year A Mid-Year Tax Checkup Maybe Necessary

    Taxes are similar to vehicles, in that they sometimes need a check-up to make sure they are performing as expected. That is especially true for 2018, with all of the changes brought about by the new tax reform. One area of major concern is the amount of taxes individuals are withholding from their wages. Tax reform was passed late in 2017, and there was a considerable amount of confusion among [...]

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    Making Your Child Summer Employment Work For You

    Summer is just around the corner, and your children may be looking for summer employment. Well good news, with the most recent tax reform changes, the standard deduction for single tax payers jumped from $6,350 in 2017 to $12,000 in 2018, meaning your child can now make up to $12,000 from working without paying any income tax on their earnings. Yes, that is quite a bit money. So let them work. In [...]

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    QuickBooks Online For Your Business

    Have you heard about QuickBooks and thought about using it but came up many excuses for not using the software? It’s intimidating. You don’t know how to use the software. You aren’t technologically savvy. Your pen and paper are working just fine. You don’t have time to invest in learning one more thing. Accounting is just not your specialty. I’ve heard all of these [...]

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    Why Should I Make a Budget?

    You say you know where your money goes and you don’t need it all written down to keep up with it? I issue you this challenge. Keep track of every penny you spend for one month and I do mean every penny. You will be shocked at what the small expenses add up to over time. Take the total you spent on just one unnecessary item for the month, multiply it by 12 for months in a year and multiply [...]

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    Preparing for Taxes for 2018 and Beyond

    Tax reform has changed the way most taxpayers need to think about and plan for their taxes. It is no longer business as usual, and those who think it is are in for a rude awakening come tax time next year. For most taxpayers, the most significant change is the increase in their standard deduction, which on the surface seems like a big benefit. But don’t overlook the fact that the same tax [...]

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