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Striking Out on Your Own in 2014? Your New Tax Obligations

Many newly self-employed individuals get quite a shock when they start planning for income taxes. Here’s what you need to know. You probably remember your surprise when you got your first paycheck from your first job in high school or … Continue reading

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Five Tips to Get Ready for a Pain-Free Tax Time

With the holiday season just around the corner, it’s a perfect time to get your financial records in order.  Tax moves you make now can mean finding more “green” to spend on family gifts and festivities.  Here are five quick … Continue reading

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Preparing for Tax Prep: 5 Tips

Prepare for preparation? Yes, it’s more than a good idea. It can have significant impact on your tax obligation. You know how onerous tax preparation itself can be. So you probably don’t like to even think about it until those … Continue reading

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Five Cash Leaks to Avoid

Cash flow improvement is a hot issue for small businesses; in many businesses, it seems like there is never enough cash when you need it. The last thing a business owner wants is to reduce their cash balance unnecessarily. To … Continue reading

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Travel Expenses Too High? Revisit the Tax Rules

You know that your travel expenses are excessive, but you don’t know how to rein them in. Here’s a brief refresher. Business travel expenses are often a necessary evil, especially if your company’s sales reach spans the globe. Services like … Continue reading

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Employee Retirement Plans: Tax Advantages and Other Benefits

Thinking of offering a retirement plan to your employees? Here’s some of what you need to know.

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Say Goodbye to 2012 and Ready QuickBooks for 2013

End of the year. QuickBooks has been hard at work for the past 11+ months, recording and tracking and storing all of that financial data that you’ve entered so faithfully.

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