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Small Business Taxes: Don’t Miss Out on Tax Credits for New Employees

June 28, 2016


These Credits Can Make a Significant Difference in Your Small Business Taxes if You Act Quickly Your business is growing, and after carefully weighing the costs and benefits, you’ve hired new team members. In the busyness of onboarding and training your new employees, you may have missed something that can improve your small business taxes. […]

What You Need to Know About Small Business Finances

June 21, 2016


5 Tips for Keeping Small Business Finances Running Smoothly You started a business because you had a particular talent or knowledge, and it’s probably safe to bet that the talent or knowledge wasn’t necessarily in small business finances. Business owners often cite finances as the part of running a company that they dread, push aside […]

Is it Time to Re-evaluate Your Small Business Goals?

June 14, 2016


Why Small Business Goals are About More Than Sales Growth and Cash Flow A new business is generally started with dreams much bigger than the resources available. For many small business owners, the ability to grow and attract talent is severely limited by the cash they can invest. How can you attract the best talent […]

Markers to Watch for With Your Small Business Finances

June 7, 2016


Your Small Business Finances Should be Monitored With These Five Measures Small business finances often get pushed aside because you, the owner, are so busy handling other important areas of the business. After all, sales growth and training employees are critical to the health and success of your business. It’s critical, though, that you keep […]

If You’re Hiring, Don’t Miss These Income Tax Savings

May 31, 2016


Income Tax Savings for Certain Circumstances Onboarding a new employee can be an expensive process. Between training, orientation and setting up the employee on a variety of benefits, the hiring of a new team member can take up your time and resources. Keep in mind, though, that if you hire members of certain groups, you […]