To be successful in a business requires dedication. It also requires self-discipline to keep yourself focused on making your busines work. Time is money. And time spent on activities that are not a core part of your business is wasted money.
You may profit by partnering with a CPA that will act as the financial guide for your business. Or you may decide that having someone else manage the finances of your business is simply more than you can aford. But don't make the mistake of assuming that just because you have a good business sense and skills in your business activity, that you also can research all the tax issues for your business.
You need an accurate set of accounting books. You may be required by law to keep certain accounts accurate. You simply cannot be successful with haphazard financial records. And you cannot afford mistakes in your taxes; you should use competent help. But you also need to be aware of certain tax issues, and for that reason we have posted articles that should be of value to you. The secondary menus above will provide access to information on that specific topic. Miscellaneous articles are listed below.
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- Describes the differences in the two methods of buying or selling an C-Corporation. Aug 9, 2011
- Describes the differences in the two methods of buying or selling an S-Corporation. Aug 9, 2011
- Owning a business is great, but how do you pay yourself? It varies dependent upon the form of business. Mar 17, 2007
- Here are the mileage rates for 2007. Included are the rates medical, charity, as well as business use. Nov 3, 2006
- The provision that allows over $100k in capital purchases to be "expensed" is being extended through 2009. Sep 22, 2006
- If you have thought about getting into rental real estate, then you should attend one of our seminars. Here are some notes and the slides on tax issues from a recent seminar. Oct 22, 2005
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