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How to Outsmart Skimming in Retail

How to Outsmart Skimming in Retail

For most business owners, it’s a major milestone when they can afford to hire their first employee. Finally, they’ll get some extra help around the store, so they’re freed up to handle other important tasks. Often, this new employee is in charge of ringing up sales....

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4 Common Bookkeeping Pains for Small Businesses

4 Common Bookkeeping Pains for Small Businesses

If you’re like most small business owners, you love your job, but there are definitely parts you could do without. Most people become small business owners because they’re passionate about the products they sell or the services they provide. What they’re not...

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Crowdfunding and Taxes – What You Need to Know

Crowdfunding and Taxes – What You Need to Know

Did you make money this past year with crowdfunding? You’re not alone. The fundraising technique was responsible for billions of dollars from donors all over the world. Despite this, there’s still a lot of confusion about crowdfunding and taxes. What the IRS Has to...

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New Business? Your First Tax Filing

New Business? Your First Tax Filing

Is this your first year running your own business? If so, you’re probably feeling quite the sense of accomplishment. Of course, you still need to finish strong, which means nailing that initial tax filing. 3 Steps for Filing Your Company’s Taxes for the First Time...

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What the Tax Law Means for Your Small Business

What the Tax Law Means for Your Small Business

President Donald Trump signed his tax cut bill into law on Friday, December 22, 2017. To say it introduces quite the shakeup to current legislation would be a major understatement. At the same time, it might not last. Governor Cuomo of NY has vowed to challenge the...

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How Might the Tax Act Affect Households?

How Might the Tax Act Affect Households?

$6,350 for single people and married people filing separately Single People Making at least $54,300 If you’re married If you have a mortgage The increase in the standard deduction will be good news to most people, but remember that you lose other itemized deductions....

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What the Proposed Tax Cuts Mean for Flow-Through Entities

What the Proposed Tax Cuts Mean for Flow-Through Entities

If you’ve been paying attention to the news, then you know that the way you handle tax planning for your business may soon change in a very big way. In fact, depending on what happens, it may actually be worth it to change the very structure of your flow-through...

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What Will the Pending Tax Cuts Mean for Your Business?

What Will the Pending Tax Cuts Mean for Your Business?

As you are probably well aware, we may soon see sweeping new tax laws around the country. If you own an LLC, S corporation, or partnership, you’re probably trying to keep track of what the proposed changes would mean for your business and bottom line. Although nothing...

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