Finance & Accounting
In these economically tough times, money is hard to come by, especially if you are thinking of starting a new business. The Small Business Administration, or the SBA, can help you to not only procure a loan for your startup business, but also help you with financing an existing one.
If you have an online business, most likely you’re running a one-man show. That means it’s even more important to keep your costs under control. Here’s how to accomplish that – and attain success at the same time.
It’s no surprise that every small business runs on relationships. But one of the most important relationships that you as a small business owner will have is the one with your bank. Here’s how to get the most out of it.
When you have a small business, the key to success is keeping your profits up. How do you do that? By keeping costs down. This can be easier said than done, so here are a few tips that will help.
Come tax time, you might not have all the necessary business documents ready, or you might not have been able to file your taxes on time due to unforeseen circumstances. If you need more time to file your tax returns, the IRS has certain guidelines for filing for an extension.
In running a small business, any amount of money that can be saved is always welcome. There are some legal business tax deductions that you can claim every year.
When you start your small business, money is inevitably tight. Aside from cutting out unnecessary expenses, you should know which expenses you can write off on your taxes, increasing your chances of getting a refund.
If you are just starting your small business, its structure will determine your tax status – and liability. If you’re confused when it comes to structuring your small business, here’s a handy primer to help.
Watching the IRS walk away with a big chunk of your hard-earned money is devastating and discouraging! Here are ways to take action this year to legally reduce the amount the IRS is entitled to next year.
If you run a small business, then you are probably stretched for time to manage your bookkeeping and tax matters. However, this is one area where you cannot afford to be slack; you could either end up paying higher taxes, or worse - having the IRS breathing down your neck.