What You Need to Know About Invoice Financing

Banks have been in business for a long time and they have only gotten more powerful as they continue to consolidate their hold on...

Home Office Deduction Changes for 2013

If you use your home for business, there are expenses you can deduct on your tax return. The home office deduction is available to both home owners & renters alike. The home must be used by a self-employed individual or an employee who works from home for his employer's convenience.

Corporate Separations Under §355

In any successful family business there will likely come a time when descendants will want to take over the business from the older generation...

How to Prepare for Tax Season in the Current Climate

The new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has substantially reformed the tax code moving forward. Because it was made effective immediately, the new law has businesses...

10 Reasons Angel Investors Don’t Like Your Plan

Once again, for the eighth year in a row, I’m involved as an angel investor with the Willamette Angel Conference and screening investments. We’ll announce...

Savings in the Fast Lane: Tax Tips for Uber Drivers

Are you one of the millions of Americans using a personal vehicle to make money as an Uber driver? It has become easy to...

10 Terrific Tips for Online Invoicing

An invoice is sometimes the last contact you will have with a client after you have finished a sales transaction. A company's invoice should be detailed, easy to understand, and professional. One great method for ensuring your invoice is an accurate reflection of your business is using an online invoice provider with expert looking invoicing templates and easy to use forms.

Building a Successful Business is Harder without Trust

It probably goes without saying that without trust in your partners, your employees, or the people you rely on for parts or supplies, building...

Factors That Determine the Transaction Fee Effective Rate

Transaction fees, also called effective rates or merchant fees, are fees that are charged to you by your payment processor on each transaction processed. The fee includes the bank interchange, the credit card association fees, and the processor fee. There are several factors that will determine your transaction fees:

About Personal Use of Corporate Assets

It is no secret that the IRS looks carefully below the surface for personal use of company assets (including cash) in its corporate income...

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