Life is expensive, from business expenses to personal expenses to paying Uncle Sam on April 15. Wherever you go, it may seem like your wallet is open. One way to save money each year is to find legitimate tax write-offs that intersect both personal and business expenses.
As a business owner, everywhere I go, even when I’m at dinner with friends, I constantly am asked the question: “So, what can I write off my taxes?”
This is the perfect time for small business owners to take stock of business and make some time-sensitive decisions.
The earlier you assess your business year, bookkeeping, and record keeping, the more likely you can enjoy a relaxed holiday season and financially sound new year. Here are three moves to make before ringing in 2018.
Are you avoiding technology for your small business? Maybe you think it’s too expensive, too complicated, or will take too much time. The reality is that technology can be the path to efficiency and growth for your business. In fact, technology has become more affordable and can offer huge time savings, improving your ability to focus on running your business.
Here are three tech tools you can explore to make your business life easier and more efficient.
Maybe business seems pretty good to you: Jobs are getting done, new customers are dribbling in, cash flow is positive. But are you growing? Or are you just treading water instead of really getting ahead?
A lot of little things can have a negative effect on small business revenues, even if they seem small. It’s possible that if you made improvements in just a few areas, you could have a major impact on cash flow and business growth.
Here are four things that you can start doing right now that could dramatically change your business finances.