With the IRS planning to increase tax audits by 50% this year, your small business could be targeted. An audit only happens when the IRS is suspicious that your tax forms aren’t accurate or truthful. Therefore, it’s important to take … Read More
The Consolidated Appropriations Act provides over $2.3 trillion in funding which includes $900 billion in stimulus relief for the COVID-19 pandemic. The CAA was signed into law on December 27, 2020. Along with the newly enacted CAA comes new federal … Read More
Regardless of national events, or where things are with PPP and EIDL loans — as a business owner, it’s important that you take a REGULAR, clear-eyed look at the underlying legal and financial foundations of your business.
Cash flow has always been the lifeblood of any business. With COVID cases raging in some states and creeping upwards in our region, it is clear the pandemic will be with us for the foreseeable future. Whether your business remains … Read More
While the deadline gives everyone some breathing room, there are several different permutations that will be calculated to determine the best way for you to file for forgiveness. And there will be a flood of applicants at the end of … Read More
As a small business owner, you may not feel you can justify the expense of a full time CFO. But there are times you absolutely need someone with a trained financial mind to help you make big decisions, plan for … Read More
When you own a business, there are many aspects of your business where you will want to be proactive vs. reactive. For example, you may be proactive in managing your monthly cash flow, or you may be reactive when
As the holidays approach, business owners are scrambling to determine what needs to be done before year-end to make tax time less daunting. Although you may have had the best intentions of keeping up with everything throughout the year, now