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More often than not, we make the decision to change banks in a hurry: either we’re in the process of setting up a whole new endeavor and we need an account right away or something about our old account has gone horribly wrong that forces us to switch banks immediately.
One of the 7 Business New Year’s Resolutions we recommended last month involved documenting your workflow. Putting each step of your workflow into writing (or recording it in some other fashion) can make a big difference in how smoothly your company runs.
When a small business owner first starts out, it’s often possible to drive at least a little bit of business without too much marketing. But, if you do everything right, you’re rapidly going to find yourself in a position where you have too much to do.
You may not know this, but you could have a home office on your hands and could be missing out on a major tax break if you ignore this deduction. So how do you know if you actually have a home office, and what can you do with it once you’ve established you have one?
While we can be certain that we’ll face taxes from time to time, that doesn’t mean that the rules will stay the same from year to year.Let’s take a look at a few of the changes that you may see when you do taxes this year.
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