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Make Sure to Deduct the Cost of Business Meals Correctly on Your Tax Return

By |September 13th, 2019|Business Expenses|

Even though the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) changed the law regarding the deduction of business meals almost one year ago, some people still feel confused about what they can and cannot deduct. According to the IRS's own publication, the Tax Cuts and Job Act (TCJA) of 2017 eliminated the opportunity for taxpayers to deduct expenses [...]

How to Make and Follow a Budget for Your Small Business

By |August 15th, 2019|Small Business Accounting|

Every dollar counts when you're a new small business owner. With little to go around, creating and sticking to a budget is essential. While you might see budgeting as a dreaded chore, it provides several benefits for your small business compared to the time and effort you put into making it. For example, business budgets [...]

How Unpaid Invoices Impact Your Business Growth and Profitability

By |June 14th, 2019|Small Business Accounting|

It's common for businesses to offer attractive repayment options to attract new customers. Options may include making an invoice due in 30 days to 90 days. Whether it's due to forgetfulness or deliberate stalling tactics, businesses often deal with late invoice payments even when they give the customer a reasonable time to pay. Unpaid invoices [...]

Why a Cash Flow Statement is Important to Your Business Success

By |April 30th, 2019|Small Business Accounting|

The goal of any business should be to have more cash coming in the door than going out. Cash is used to cover your overhead, fund your payroll, purchase equipment, and pay your suppliers. Essentially, your business isn't going to survive for long if it runs out of cash. Your company's cash flow statement includes [...]

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