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Mar
12

Retirement Planning Options For Small Business Owners

Retirement Planning Options For Small Business Owners
According to a recent BMO Wealth Management survey of 400 small business owners, only a fraction of America’s entrepreneurs are prepared for retirement. A striking 75% of survey respondents age 18 to 64 have saved less than $100,000 for retirement. Those age 45 to 64 are only marginally more prepared: 32%...
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Oct
09

Smart Businesses Separate Business & Personal Accounts

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One of the biggest mistakes small business owners make is commingling business and personal funds. They fail to set up separate business-only bank accounts. They may pay for business expenses out of a personal account, or vice-versa. When tax time rolls around, these entrepreneurs find themselves in a self-created mess trying...
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Feb
08

What is Cyber Security Insurance? And Does Your Business Need It?

What is Cyber Security Insurance? And Does Your Business Need It?
There’s no shortage of information out there on how to protect your business from a cyberattack, and a strong defense is crucial. But what if you never get around to taking technological preventative measures and your business gets hit? Or what if the cyberattack has already happened? According to the National...
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Feb
05

How to Deduct Travel Expenses

How to Deduct Travel Expenses
When it comes to travel expenses related to your business, the IRS allows you to deduct two types: local and “away from home”. Local You can deduct local transportation expenses incurred for business purposes such as the cost of getting from one location to another via public transportation, rental car, or...
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Dec
07

Classifying Workers: A Taxing Situation

Classifying Workers: A Taxing Situation
Every time you hire paid help in your business, you need to make an important distinction: is the worker an employee or an independent contractor? This classification is important because it determines which taxes get paid, when they get paid, and by whom. Misclassifying employees as independent contractors results in heavy...
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Nov
20

IRS Changes Filing Deadlines for W-2 and 1099

IRS Changes Filing Deadlines for W-2 and 1099
This year some changes will be made to filing deadlines for IRS Form W-2 and some types of Form 1099. The changes are the result of The Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act of 2015 signed by President Obama. If you’re an employer, you’re probably accustomed to a January 31st...
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Oct
09

Debt Management Tips for Small Businesses of Houston, Texas

Debt Management Tips for Small Businesses of Houston, Texas
According to a 2016 study by Experian, the average U.S. small business owner has $195,000 of debt. Some debt is a natural part of doing business. For example, a business loan, line of credit or business credit card can enable you to purchase equipment, hire employees, and finance growth. Too much debt, however, is risky business,...
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Feb
14

Change is inevitable, are you prepared? - CPA The Woodlands can help.

Change is inevitable, are you prepared? - CPA The Woodlands can help.
Answer these questions when change is coming Change may be constant in life and business, but resistance to change is pretty constant, too. Whether you’re replacing the key to the front door, acquiring an entirely new business unit or a new software system, your employees want to know what they can expect....
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