4 Essential Steps for Preparing Your Small Business Taxes

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Startup Advice / February 21, 2014

For most small business owners, tax time isn’t a lot of fun. But while taxes may not be exciting, they don’t have to be drudgery, either. Doing your taxes properly is essential to prevent incurring extra penalties and fines. Here are four keys to helping your small business’s tax season go smoothly: Review Any Recent Tax Changes For example, part of the arrangement that was made in Congress…

A Practical Guide to Task Management for Small Businesses

by / ⠀Entrepreneurship Startup Advice / June 16, 2013

Are you worried about your accounting or keep forgetting those good ideas that come up from time to time? You’re probably one of the countless entrepreneurs lacking a solid routine for information storage and project processing. By applying a simple process-based approach to managing your projects on all levels, your productivity level is likely to skyrocket. Step #1 – Store your ideas / “things to do” Good and…

5 Reasons Your Start-up Needs an Accountant

by / ⠀Startup Advice / June 8, 2013

Several years ago, I started working for a computer store near my home. My boss was a gentle giant of a man, smart, kind to a fault, hard working, uncomplaining and put in long hours to make his business work. He’d started the business in his early twenties, had loyal customers, made a decent living and had won some local small business awards. He had a cloud hanging…

2013 Tax Changes That Small Businesses Need to Know

by / ⠀Startup Advice / December 28, 2012

As 2012 draws to a close, time is running out for small business owners to plan for potential changes to the tax code. Several tax provisions are set to expire at the end of the year which could have a significant impact on small businesses. While no decisions have been made yet, one of the current proposals is to allow tax cuts to expire only for small businesses…

Four Ways to Simplify Accounting

by / ⠀Startup Advice / December 5, 2012

Entrepreneurs generally have a variety of pressures all around them. In the beginning, you are responsible for everything. Selling and buying take up most of your time, while the accounting function is seen as a waste of valuable time. Startups are limited in their time and energy and I am here to tell you that you do not have to settle for bad accounting records. You must simplify…

Webinar: Small Business Accounting 101 with Q&A

by / ⠀Startup Advice / January 7, 2011

Accounting can be a daunting task as a new business owner. Under30CEO wants to help guide you through the process of getting your business on the right track to managing its money and make tax season a little less stressful. Join Under30CEO as Accountant Mike Dingler helps us through the quick basics of bookkeeping and accounting and then opens up for a massive Q+A session, where he’ll answer…


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