Many small business owners start out by doing everything for themselves. This often includes marketing, logistics, customer service, sales, and bookkeeping. Unfortunately, handling the financials yourself can be risky business.
The internet is thriving now more than ever, which is good news for online sellers. If you're a seller on eBay, Amazon or another online retail platform, you're reaping the
You're only one person and, as such, you can only do so much for your business. Once your business hits a certain point in its growth, you'll have to add
Mixing business and personal sounds like fun, but it can be pretty messy. When you're mixing business and personal expenses, you're putting yourself at major risk for an IRS audit,
Self-employment seems like the perfect set-up. What could be better than reaching your dreams your way? However, there is one downfall. Wage-earners who work for employers have their taxes withheld
All businesses are required to deduct payroll taxes from their employees’ paycheck and deposit them to the IRS. Mistakes made with tax duties can lead to an audit, tax debt,
Across the country, CPAs are crunching (and crunching, and crunching) numbers to assess how their clients can benefit from the new tax reform law. And for business owners, owning pass-through