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An Introduction to the Double-Entry B...

An Introduction to the Double-Entry Bookkeeping System
Tweet Businesses must have methods for recording their financial transactions; this include purchases, sales, payments, and receipts. This daily process, known as bookkeeping, has multiple forms of entry systems. One of the most popular is the double-entry bookkeeping system. MAIN DESCRIPTION The underlying concept of double-entry bookkeeping [...]

Security and your Small Business

Security and your Small Business
Tweet We’ve all heard the horror stories of large companies that have fallen victim to hackers breaking into their vast reserves of data and stealing information. But what many small businesses don’t realize is that hackers are realizing the ease with which they can do the same thing to small and medium sized businesses. What is even more dis [...]

What Real Estate Agents Are Doing Wro...

What Real Estate Agents Are Doing Wrong With Their Taxes
Tweet Are you contented with the taxes you pay? Are you very confident that you are actually taking good advantage of every tax break you can get? But most of all, is your tax preparer providing you positive advice to save more on your taxes? The wicked news is that most likely you do pay excessive tax and you are not taking benefit of each a [...]

Checks and Cards: Plastic Has Not Rep...

Checks and Cards: Plastic Has Not Replaced Paper
Tweet When looking at the ever-so exciting world of non-cash payment options, you basically have two widespread options nowadays: paper and plastic. It’s pretty obvious that one of those is more popular than the other, but make no mistake; the paper check isn’t dead yet, not even close. That’s because there are certain situations that simply [...]

Choose The Right Software For Small B...

Choose The Right Software For Small Business Accounting
Tweet Small business owners must watch every penny. They also need accounting software that gives them quick, accurate results for all their business accounting jobs. For many years, Quickbooks by Intuit has served this need, but the growth of other software companies means that today’s small business owners have a variety of programs f [...]

Safeguarding Financial Records

Safeguarding Financial Records
Tweet Now is the time for individuals and businesses to safeguard their tax records by taking a few simple steps. Take Inventory.  Gather all of your documents and make an inventory list. You may find everything in a single location, but more likely than not, you’ll have to hunt around to find all of your documents. Don’t forget to chec [...]

Should Capital Gains Be Taxed Differe...

Should Capital Gains Be Taxed Differently?
Tweet Capital gains are monies derived from increased value or earnings of capital assets, but only upon realization of the profits. Capital assets are defined by the IRS as pretty much, “everything you own.” When an investment increases in value, that value is taxed at a specific rate called the capital gains tax. There are multiple reasons [...]

Dealing With Business Debt

Dealing With Business Debt
Tweet Running a small business isn’t easy. There are so many tasks to handle and issues to solve that it can feel like walking a tightrope with no safety net. Managing your company tasks becomes even harder when you’re dealing with debt. It’s like trying to spin plates while walking that same tightrope. Unfortunately, itR [...]

Putting the “One Click” back into “On...

Putting the “One Click” back into “One Click” Accounting Software
Tweet For small business owners time is one asset that there can never be enough of.  In addition to the day job – the bit that actually brings in the money – there are plenty of little side jobs that can eat into the day.  Sometimes, often in fact, these also eat into the evening and the weekend.  This is a fact that employed friends rarely [...]

Small Business Health Care Tax Credit...

Small Business Health Care Tax Credit, Do you Qualify?
Tweet If you’re a small business owner with fewer than 25 full-time equivalent employees you may be eligible for the small business health care credit that went into effect in 2010.  What is the credit The small business health care tax credit, part of the Affordable Care Act enacted in 2010, is specifically targeted to help small busin [...]

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