We’ve discussed at length in the past about how cash flow is ultimately one of the most important factors of a business that far too many people just aren’t paying enough attention to. Cash flow maintenance is about more than just knowing how much money is coming in versus how much money is going out. Even if
There is an excellent chance that even if you’re an expert in your particular industry, you’re probably not an expert in small business finances. This may not seem like that big of an issue on the surface. However, in order to make the best decisions possible for your company, you need to have complete and accurate
The data in your QuickBooks company file contains some of the most sensitive information on your computer. Make sure it’s secure. Your customer list is gold. And those Social Security and bank card numbers in your payroll, client, and vendor records need to be protected from intruders and only viewed by authorized employees. It’s not
Article Highlights: W-4 Updates W-9 Collection Estimated Tax Payments Charitable Contributions Required Minimum Distributions Gifting Retirement-Plan Contributions Beneficiaries Reasonable Compensation Business-Vehicle Mileage College-Tuition Plans Individuals and small businesses should consider various ways of starting off on the right foot for the 2019 tax year. W-4 Updates – If you are employed, then your employer takes the
Article Highlights: $600 Threshold Exceptions Form W-9 Impact of Tax Reform 1099-MISC Filing If you use independent contractors to perform services for your business or your rental that is a trade or business, for each individual whom you pay $600 or more for the year, you are required to issue the service provider and the
If you entertain for your business, change is here. With the new tax law, your ability to deduct 50% of the cost of recreation, entertainment or amusement expenses disappeared. Watch the video to learn more.