Posts from November, 2015

  • Distractions Can Cause Errors to Double Nothing is more frustrating than when you’re trying to meet an impending deadline and a distraction occurs, be it an unexpected visit from a customer or a sudden text message. Researchers at Michigan State University have revealed that an interruption as little as three ... Continue Reading
  • 5 Ways to Fund Business Growth with Cash Flow Many small-business owners may dream of earning a slot on their favorite fast-growth companies list, but the real trick is to make the list by growing organically. Funding growth with cash on hand instead of outside investment means hanging on to more equity and control over ... Continue Reading
  • 75 Items You May Be Able to Deduct from Your Taxes 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 ... Continue Reading
  • IRS Warns of Email Phishing Scam Targeting Tax Preparers The Internal Revenue Service sent out an alert Tuesday warning tax preparers about an phishing email message purporting to ask them to update their IRS e-Services information. “It has come to our attention that an email is being issued to tax preparers asking them to update ... Continue Reading
  • How 5 Lapsed Tax Credits Could Slam Your 2015 Taxes One thing most small-business owners agree on is that they hate anything to do with taxes. But the expiration of a number of key tax credits has put many of them in something of a bind. These tax credits, also known as “tax extenders,” because they tend to expire every year ... Continue Reading
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