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Posts from September, 2019

  • 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
  • How can you tell when it's time to grow Your business? Most small business owners hope to, or plan to, grow. When you open one café you may have dreams of a nationwide chain. The first product you use to launch your manufacturing business could be one of many designs you have mapped out. But how do you know when it’s actually ... 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
  • Simple Strategies to Reduce Small Business Taxes Small strategies make big impacts when it comes to figuring out the year’s deductions. Sadly, many small business owners never get the help they need because they’re simply unaware of the many tax deductions available to them. This is where a good, knowledgeable CPA is ... Continue Reading
  • Refinancing your Home Financial Considerations in Refinancing your House: Pros and Cons If you’ve owned your home for a couple of years, you might have started thinking about refinancing. Maybe interest rates have dropped, and you want to save money, or you want to tap into your home’s equity to ... Continue Reading
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