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Small Business Tax Preparation for Home-Based Businesses

BY Eddy Hood IN small business tax preparation ON Nov 17, 2017 WITH Be the First to Leave a Comment!

 

 

Many small business owners run their operation from home because it’s easy to set up and maintain. However, when it comes to keeping track of expenses for tax purposes, things can get a little complicated.

The IRS doesn't always make it simple to figure out personal vs. business expenses. And this makes the whole process of small business tax preparation challenging for home-based businesses.

With these considerations in mind, we’ve put together the following guide to walk you through the key home business tax deductions and best practices to help you survive tax season.

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Practicing Gratitude As An Entrepreneur

BY Tami Brehse IN thankfulness, gratitude ON Nov 16, 2017 WITH Be the First to Leave a Comment!

This time of year is synonymous with thankfulness, filled with family gatherings, food drives and plenty of good cheer to go around. And it’s no wonder this season feels so merry; it’s centered around gratitude.

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Small Business Accounting Apps That Integrate With QuickBooks

BY Eddy Hood IN Small Business Accounting ON Nov 07, 2017 WITH Be the First to Leave a Comment!

 

 

Today’s business leaders must embrace the rapid advances in technology if they want to remain relevant in their industry. That said, it can be overwhelming to know where to start. And when it comes to taking care of your small business accounting needs, there are literally thousands of options available for making your life easier to manage.

 

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How Famous Leaders Overcome The Impossible And Achieve Their Goals

BY Tami Brehse IN Great leaders, famous leaders ON Oct 31, 2017 WITH Be the First to Leave a Comment!

What challenges are holding you back?

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A Guide To Small Business Tax Preparation

BY Eddy Hood IN small business tax preparation ON Oct 31, 2017 WITH 1 Comment



 

When it comes to your small business tax preparation strategy, you may be asking yourself questions such as, “What additional savings am I missing out on?” Or, “How can I reduce my chances of being audited by the IRS?” And, “Should I hire a professional or do my taxes or prepare them myself?”

 

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WHICH QUICKBOOKS VERSION IS RIGHT FOR YOUR SMALL BUSINESS ACCOUNTING?

BY Eddy Hood IN Small Business Accounting ON Oct 24, 2017 WITH 1 Comment

  

 

Whether you are a new entrepreneur or a seasoned business owner, having an accounting system that you can trust is a must. Your bookkeeping software should be one that’s user-friendly, able to handle all your business transactions and provide the most up-to-date technology all without breaking the bank.

 

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How To Use The Right Leadership Styles To Motivate Your Team

BY Tami Brehse IN Great leaders, leadership styles ON Oct 23, 2017 WITH Be the First to Leave a Comment!

No two leaders are alike.

You have Steve Jobs types: charismatic, visionary, demanding. You have Maya Angelou types: courageous, creative, steadfast. And you have countless other types in between, all unique but still able to inspire their followers to take action and achieve goals.

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Small Business Tax Preparation for Independent Contractors

BY Eddy Hood IN Small Business Accounting ON Oct 17, 2017 WITH Be the First to Leave a Comment!

 


Today there are more freelancers or independent contractors working in the U.S. than ever before. The advent of this “freelance economy” offers many benefits such as flexibility and cost savings, allowing business leaders to focus on growing their operations. At the same time, choosing to hire freelancers can present unique challenges such as compliance concerns, potential legal issues and of course tax implications.

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The Defining Qualities of a Great Leader and How to Cultivate Them in Yourself

BY Tami Brehse IN Great leaders ON Oct 16, 2017 WITH Be the First to Leave a Comment!

What are the qualities of a great leader? Well, it depends on who you ask.

Some employees might value a boss who makes them feel empowered, while a CEO might prefer a manager who’s always got their eye on the bottom line.

But true leadership—the kind that can inspire disruptive change and motivate teams to move mountains—is more than just a matter of opinion. All great leaders share certain defining qualities that help them see a future that’s different from the present, act on that vision, and inspire others to come along for the ride.

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How Great Leaders Overcome The Fear Of Failure

BY Tami Brehse IN Great leaders ON Oct 16, 2017 WITH Be the First to Leave a Comment!

Most great leaders suffer from atychiphobia. No, it’s some fatal medical condition, but it can feel almost as debilitating. It’s the fear of failure, and it’s something all of us must overcome if we want to make a lasting, meaningful impact on the world.

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