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The New 20% Small Business Deduction

There is a brand new 20% small business deduction that everyone is talking about. In the tax and legal professions, it’s fondly know at Section 199A. Here are some facts about this deduction: The Basics All pass-thru entities, such as Sole Proprietors, S-corporations and Partnerships that qualify

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Should You Have a Financial Dashboard?

A quick glance is all you need to check your fuel gauge, speed limit, engine temperature, and RPM when you’re driving down the road. Your car’s dashboard is designed to focus you on what’s important and what you need to know to have a safe trip. Your

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2018 Tax Law Changes for Businesses: Understanding the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

With the largest tax law update in over 30 years, navigating the course with the new laws can be confusing.  Businesses need to be aware of these changes and consult with their tax professional to get advice so they can be knowledgeable of their options and plan

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Setting Up Products and Services

The products and services your business sells make it unique. The same thing is true of how these items are set up in your accounting software.  Whether you’re using QuickBooks Online or something else, getting your products and services set up right can impact the quality of

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2018 Tax Law Changes: Understanding the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

In this article, we’ll share some of the highlights of the tax changes for 2018 as they relate to individuals. Use this as a type of checklist, and feel free to contact us on any point so we can provide additional details as to how it might

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5 Tips on Bringing Home the Bacon

Whether you call it bacon, Benjamins, or big bucks, cash – and having enough of it – is key to running your business.  Here are five tips related to managing and getting the most out of your business cash.  1-     All banks are not the same. Choose

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Is Your Business Considered a Hobby by the IRS?

Very frequently tax preparers are asked to provide clarification on IRS rules that they heard from a friend, neighbor or colleague. Usually some part of the statement is true; however, there is always more to the story or it may not apply to that person’s specific situation.

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Do You Spend Too Much Time on Email?

If you feel like you spend too much time on email, you’re not alone. Almost everyone feels the same way. That’s why it’s so important to learn how to be as productive as possible when it comes to handling email. Here are five tips to help you

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Separation and Divorce: When It Comes to Taxes, Breaking Up Can Be Hard to Do

Not much is harder in life than going through a separation or divorce.  Figuring outhow to handle your taxes before, during, and after a divorce is right up there with the most difficult of challenges. So, before you make big moves to separate or divorce, know the

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How to Read Your Income Statement

The income statement of any business is probably the most important report of all. It is a snapshot of the financial performance of your business over a period of time, such as a month or year. You might also hear it called the Profit and Loss Statement,

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