Have you and your employees been locked down at home and working remotely over the past six months? Then I have some good news about the home office tax deduction. And some bad news.
First, the good news.
If you're self-employed or an... Continue
What do printer ink, client lunches and shipping costs all have in common? They're business expenses—the costs incurred while operating your business. And, as long as you run a for-profit company, you can deduct many of these expenses... Continue
It's not news that this has been a crazy year. Many small businesses have been negatively impacted by the pandemic. And yet, there are a number of businesses that have continued to operate profitably, some that have even thrived. Millions... Continue
Have you been thinking that you want to start a business? So much planning goes into following your dream, and we know it can be a struggle to finance its startup and daily operations. We also know that finding funding opportunities for... Continue
I've been writing a lot about getting cash from the government to help manage through the serious economic downturn we've been suffering. But not everyone is going to get a Paycheck Protection Loan, considering how far behind the Small... Continue
The Covid-19 crisis will undoubtedly cause small businesses to seek external funding in the United States. Whether through government grants, loans from traditional banking institutions or alternative funding sources, thousands of small... Continue
Every small business owner knows that cash is king. Keeping cash flowing is critical to the survival and eventual success of your business. So, yeah, cash flow—as documented in your cash flow statement—is very important for a... Continue