At this particular moment in time, it doesn’t matter which side you fall on for the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act passed in late December, 2017, it will have an impact on both your personal finances and your business’s financial situation.
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You’ve probably heard about the new tax law – the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA)– signed in late December 2017. If you’re a business owner, you’re likely wondering how the new law will affect your business taxes. One of the most significant and complex changes to the law deals with pass-through businesses and the pass-through deduction. (more…)
As a small business owner, you want your business to grow and succeed. But all small businesses are plagued by the same common problems that can impede their success. Part of the problem is, try as they might, entrepreneurs are just not as knowledgeable and effective in all areas of their businesses as they would like. This lack of knowledge and ineffectiveness can lead to inadequate processes, errors, and missed opportunities.
Your small business depends on good cash flow. When not enough cash comes in, you can’t pay your expenses (like rent, utilities, supplies, etc.), cover your payroll, or purchase materials to provide your products and services. Your small business could be making a profit, but also experiencing financial problems, if you’re not managing your cash flow properly. A good bookkeeper, like Grace Walker of The Payroll Department, can help you stay on top of your cash flow, so your small business can succeed. (more…)