Now that we’ve reached the second week of the year, we thought we’d discuss a few things all small businesses should look into in 2018. These aren’t resolutions or goals, but rather some friendly business tips to ensure 2018 is a successful year for you and your company.
Tax Season: Time for a Reliable Accountant
As a small business owner, it’s common for accounting to take a back seat to the needs of day-to-day business. January is the start of tax season, and is the time to complete 1099’s, finalize year-end numbers and begin work on taxes. It’s also the time to consider who can be trusted to help insure […]
Looking For An Accountant?
With Tax Day just a week away, a lot of procrastinators out there are realizing that they need to figure out their taxes and turn to us for recommendations on accountants and tax services. One of the first things that I tell them is that if they haven’t already found a tax professional to help […]
Don’t Forget… 1099 Forms Need To Be Mailed By The End Of January
As small business owners, we wear many hats. This month our accounting hat needs to be fine-tuned. Throughout the year, many small business owners rely on independent contractors to help them get specific work and projects completed. If you hired one or more independent contractors during 2012 and paid them $600 or more, you are […]
As we all celebrate the holiday season and bring in the New Year, it is also time for many of us to start our new fiscal year as well. Many business owners will start to quiet down over the next couple of weeks. This gives a chance to close our books, send in our estimated […]
With the current great recession, over 565,000 businesses are being started every month, according to research from the Kauffman Foundation. A 2009 survey by the Gallup Organization of 1,010 randomly selected Americans over the age of 15 showed that 55% of Americans would prefer self-employment, versus 36% who would rather work for others. It seems […]