Tax time can be stressful for small business owners—especially if this is your first time filing as a business owner. Even if you've kept immaculate records, there are some tips and tricks to finding deductions and savings.
It's that time of year again—tax season. If you're a new small business, finding the right tools to do your taxes is a must, especially if you don't employ an in-house accountant.
One of the most challenging aspects of getting an enterprise off the ground is funding. You can attempt to court investors and venture capitalists, but if you're new to entrepreneurship, the odds of being able to secure funding through these channels is pretty slim.
Adopting accounting software for your small business is necessary, but choosing one system can be difficult in a market where many competitors are constantly entering with different solutions.
As Dec. 31 approaches, moves that you make as a solopreneur or small business owner might work to your advantage when it comes to paying your 2016 income taxes. We checked with tax experts for a few ideas you may be able to use.
Opening a franchise can be a great journey if you’re looking to start your own business or a career change. You can join an established company with strong branding while still getting to hold the reins and run the location yourself.
Money and compensation is a delicate subject even in the best circumstances, which can make asking for a raise an awkward or stressful experience. If you are uncertain about your pay raise, you may be anxious to negotiate it with your manager. However, preparation is key to overcome your nerves and achieve success.
It’s not that easy to get a small business up and running, but there are some things that can help you and better your chances of success. Pay your bills, take the necessary steps to build strong business credit, and don’t give up when things don’t go your way, for starters.
The rise of the Internet and eCommerce has increasingly lowered the barrier-to-entry for entrepreneurship. Get a domain, throw together a website, and away you go, right?
If you’re on the road to starting your small business, you know that financing is no easy feat. Your personal collateral and loans can help with startup costs, but what about day-to-day operations? For these, you’ll want to look into a business credit card.
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