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Get Paid from Customers Faster

“Hello My Dear Dr. Watson—it appears we have a case before us indeed!  I cannot imagine that one would acquire the services of the Great Sherlock Holmes to call in overdue client checks….because it all seems so elementary….still, let’s get on shall we old boy?  Let’s help our vendors retrieve what rightfully belongs to them from the clutches of the elusive Dr. Moriarity.”

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Tips for Paying Quarterly Tax Payments

quarterly taxesHistory holds the superstition that the 15th or “Ides of March” is a detrimental date….but only if your name is Julius Caesar……clearly it was not a good day for Rome’s Emperor.  But you, as the Emperor of your own business should likewise not meet April 15th with FEAR & DREAD. Just breathe-release-relax….even though small business owners don’t withhold money from their own paychecks there is no need for Panic!

Quarterly Estimated Taxes are due in April-June-September and January of the following year and yes, they are due on the 15th of these months unless it falls on a Saturday or Sunday.  If that were the case, then the tax would be due on the next business day.

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Common Small Business Money Mistakes

Are you a small business owner who dreads tax time?  Although it may not be your favorite time of year, it’s an opportunity to identify those financial miscalculations you may have made for the year.  Look at it as an opportunity to potentially  save money on your taxes and improve your business practices.  Now you should be excited about that!  Did you know that there are at least four common financial mistakes that could be hurting your small business? Check out these tips……

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5 Tax Tips for Deducting Business Travel

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5 Tax Tips for Deducting Business Travel

Whether you are just starting your small business or maybe your business is now requiring you to travel , you will need to know what the IRS considers ‘travel expenses’. When it comes to  travel related expenses for your small business, the best advice I can give you, would be to talk to your tax preparer who is familiar with your business.  There is no substitute for the advice of a professional when having to decide which expenses are allowed.

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