Do you run a seasonal small business—one where the bulk of your revenue comes in a few months or even weeks? If you do, chances are you are all too aware of the intense nature of the season—a time when you can't possibly keep up with the workload. One of the first things that slides during a crush of activity for many small seasonal businesses is accounting.
Finding the right accountant for your business, but so is making sure you pay the right amount. You don’t want to overpay, but your accountant also needs to hit his or her own income targets. Depending on your business situation and accounting needs, there are several arrangements to choose from.
We all get stressed out around tax time. There are so many complicated, intertwined rules and regulations that it’s easy to get tripped up, especially when your focus is on building a business. here are 10 tips to maintain a sane approach to taxes.
Do you know what to do if the IRS decides to audit you or your business? If you’re prepared and know what to expect, things will go more smoothly. There are important things you can do starting during your regular filing all the way through your official report.
Your financial statements offer many benefits to your business. Practically speaking, they help you file your tax returns, find additional funding, or draw in buyers and investors. But they also help you run your business by translating your decisions into dollars and cents.
You know that there are a lot of deductions you could claim for your business, but are you doing what you can to claim all of the deductions you are eligible for? Many tax deductions are commonly overlooked by small business owners, but they can save you a lot of money.