5 Ways to Easily Manage Finances for Solo Business Owners

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People often ask me, “What’s a good way for entrepreneurs to keep their business finances in top shape?”

Whenever I get this question, you can bet that I’m smiling on the inside. Why? It shows a commitment to making their company successful when this question becomes top of mind. Congratulations on taking this step. You’re on the right path! Continue reading “5 Ways to Easily Manage Finances for Solo Business Owners”

Tax Help Series: What to Do When You’ve Just Been Locked In to Pay Higher Taxes?

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Tax payers are being taken by surprise these days because of a new push by the IRS to get payments from people who owe.

They are looking more closely at ways that employees may be abusing tax laws to evade income taxes. More employees are getting Lock-In Letters from the IRS after being audited and employers are directed to lock them in to lower exemptions. These notices are created because of having excessive taxes due for two or more years in a row. Continue reading “Tax Help Series: What to Do When You’ve Just Been Locked In to Pay Higher Taxes?”

What Small Business Saturday Means for You, Your Bottom Line and Tax Savings

If you’ve followed me on social media accounts for any amount of time, you’re likely familiar with my philosophy of making dollars make sense in business. The number one job of every entrepreneur is to generate sales. The second is to make good decisions with finances so that there are ample funds in reserve and you can stop supporting it with your own savings. Continue reading “What Small Business Saturday Means for You, Your Bottom Line and Tax Savings”