Is your small business raking in the big bucks on paper—while you struggle to pay your bills on time because your bank account is constantly running low? Cash flow problems are one of the biggest…(Show moreShow less)
April is Financial Literacy Month and for the small business owner, that is an especially important topic because, frankly, many entrepreneurs are not especially financially literate. Why is that?…(Show moreShow less)
You've probably heard that it costs about five times more money to acquire new customers versus retaining existing ones. Obviously, the expense and effort of acquiring new customers can be…(Show moreShow less)
When managing a small business, owners will say cash is king. Or, as Zeynep Ilgaz will tell you, “cash is queen.” Ilgaz, founder and CEO of Confirm Biosciences, Inc., started her business, as many…(Show moreShow less)
If you find that processing payroll is becoming an increasingly burdensome task, it may be time to turn to one of the many payroll firms eager to do it for you By Christopher Freeburn One of the…(Show moreShow less)
I am a single owner for my s corp and I pay people that work with me with a 1099. I use different people all the time so I don’t really have employees . My question is, last year the accountant just…(Show moreShow less)
As the end of 2017 nears, small business owners should consider strategies to maximize tax savings while increasing cash flow. Used wisely, these five tax strategies will help small business owners…(Show moreShow less)
So here it is the end of the year and despite your best efforts, you haven’t quite hit your revenue goals. What do you do? a) Panic or b) Give up? How about we go with c) None of the above. …(Show moreShow less)
Over 2.4 million small businesses are owned by military veterans, according to the Small Business Administration. In fact, a recent SBA study found military service has a significant impact on…(Show moreShow less)
I am a sole proprietor and my question relates to my i401k contributions. Specifically, my question has to do with i401k salary deferrals and cash basis accounting "constructive receipt". I have a…(Show moreShow less)
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