A new year is on the horizon, and that means new opportunities and the chance at a fresh start. For all of the motivated small business owners out there, 2015 is a perfect time to evaluate your enterprise from head to toe and make improvements as necessary.
With the holiday season in full swing, many of us are in a gift-giving mood. So this begs the question: Does the IRS allow business owners to write off gift expenses as a tax deduction when filing with Uncle Sam?
With Thanksgiving and the holiday season upon us, it’s easy to get caught up in buying turkeys and finding stocking stuffers for the grandkids. However, it’s also a great time to start thinking about reducing your taxes and planning for April 15th.
Gift cards are extremely popular at large, corporately-owned, big-box stores. But if you proudly own a local small business, there is absolutely no reason you shouldn’t explore the possibility of offering gift cards to customers this holiday shopping season. Here’s why:
Managing the day-to-day operations of a small business is a major challenge and overwhelming at times. But when moving a business from one location to another for any reason, there are even more little details involved in such a big change. To help your relocation process go as smoothly as possible, consider the following tips on moving a small business:
The next time you’re out shopping and supporting the economy, take a quick look at the front door of the store you’re about to enter. There’s a good chance you will see a sign showing customers which forms of payment the business accepts, typically credit card logos.
Fall has finally arrived. Believe it or not, this means the 2015 tax season is only about 3 months away. Because filing your taxes with the IRS is probably not your most favorite activity, there are some steps you can take this fall to prepare for a stress-free filing season early next year:
Happy fall! The weather is getting cooler, the leaves are changing, and football is in full swing. This is also the perfect time of year for small business owners to take some time out to devote to their entrepreneurial endeavors. Here are 5 fall tips for small business owners to help you get your business organized for the rest of the year and prepare for 2015, which is actually right around the corner:
Motivated entrepreneurs dream of dollar signs—bright, S-shaped figures that shimmer and represent the true reward of starting a venture and reaping the financial benefits of the hard work that goes into it.
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