What does fall have to do with making changes? Aside from maybe dressing a bit warmer, and adding pumpkin to your diet, adapting to changes and squirreling away come to mind.
Good financial recordkeeping gives you… um… well… the lack of a potential headache later on? Yes–that’s true. The old adage, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” is not just true for the health of your body.
Delegating and outsourcing are probably keywords in your vocabulary, however surprisingly, some entrepreneurs still neglect the accounting, intentionally or not, risking the very life of the business.
Accountancy is all about the numbers, achieving offensive/defensive balance, and being able to quickly adjust to change.
You owe it to yourself, and your business to develop a barometer to measure the potential success of your business.
An operation will survive when there is sufficient cash flow, but, what about when expenses are exceeding the income for a prolonged period?
Where do you want to be in three months? Six months? Nine months? A year?
As the April 18th deadline for filing taxes looms on the horizon, you may be in the enviable position of having already filed your tax return. If you haven’t already filed, however, here are some last minute tips.
The first thing to remember that unless you make more than $400 in a year, you’re not required to pay the any self-employment taxes. You’ll notice that the threshold for requiring to pay is lower than the amount required for a client to provide you a 1099.
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