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Posts from July, 2019

  • Business Credit Cards Many small businesses open business credit cards to help meet their capital needs. Roughly 67% of business owners have business credit cards, but less than half of them use them as their primary spending source. As a flexible line of credit, they’re easier to open than a ... Continue Reading
  • Mixing Personal and Business Finances Don’t Mix the Personal and the Business; Keeping Finances Separate When you launched your business you might not have paid much attention to keeping your personal and business finances separate. If a vendor needed to be paid you grabbed the closest checkbook and wrote out a ... Continue Reading
  • Travel and Entertainment: Maximizing the Tax Benefits on Travel and Entertainment Expense Travel and entertainment are legitimate deductions, but few business owners take full advantage of them. One reason may be that they fear that the deduction will be challenged by the IRS and they’ll have to undergo the scrutiny of an audit. Another reason may be because the ... Continue Reading
  • Immediate Steps to Take if Your Identity is Stolen A recent study confirmed that over 16 million people were the victims of identity theft in the span of one year in America alone, which resulted in $16.8 billion in stolen money. Identity theft is dangerous to your wallet and to your credit. Identity thieves use your ... Continue Reading