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AICPA Recommends Changes to IRS Form 990 and Related Instructions

The American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) has recommended more than 30 changes to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for the 2018 Form 990, Return of Organization Exempt from Income Tax, and its related instructions.

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How to collect when your customers don’t pay

Attorney Barry Kaufman has a simple suggestion for small business owners who want to avoid having once-valued customers become late and non-paying ones. “Have good communication with customers or clients to forestall payment issues,” says the Jacksonville, Florida-based lawyer who has been in collections 18 years.

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Tax Strategies for Small-Business and Personal Tax Savings in 2018 and Beyond

Your 2017 tax return provides valuable clues for planning for your 2018 taxes, says Paul Jacobs, Certified Financial Planner and Enrolled Agent with Palisades Hudson Financial Group. But with tax reform, the exercise is more complicated this year. 

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Fundbox Offers a New Small Business Line of Credit

Fundbox, an online lender, is offering a new service Fundbox Pay that lets business make payments to other businesses, reports Wired. The service is similar to Paypal, but works similar to a credit card.

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Choosing the right bank for your small business

business bankWhen an entrepreneur is searching for a small business bank, some important considerations exist. First and foremost, they should be certain the bank they choose “understands the business owner’s business,” says Michael Dinich, Advisor and Founder of Your Money Geek, a consultancy for small business owners and retirees about saving money in taxes, insurance costs and retirement costs. Read more...

Collections 101 for Small Business Owners

collections for businessIf life was perfect and people paid their bills on time, there would be no need for nuisances like collection letters, litigation and garnishments. Unfortunately, however, life is not always ideal, and people do not consistently meet their financial commitments. Read more...

The ABCs of a tax audit

tax auditWhat’s the best way to prepare for your small business tax audit?  Assume it's going to happen to you in the first place, says CPA Nate Byers, who is also a financial planner with JBC Wealth Advisors, LLC in Madison, Wisconsin. Read more...

Should small business owners care about a balance sheet?

A balance sheetOperating a small business takes more than merely stocking inventory and making sales. As any entrepreneur learns, a myriad of responsibilities exist that support the management of the enterprise. Read more...

Virtual Bookkeepers Can Lighten the Load

virtual assistantPeople who start a new business expect it to be challenging — after all, the path of least resistance is working for someone else. Entrepreneurship demands a great deal from those who choose to be their own boss, including the imperative to deliver a great product or service, expand the customer base, manage hiring and firing, build vendor relationships and much more. Read more...

Bookkeeper vs. Accountant: Which is right for your small business?

bookkeeper 1Taking care of your company’s financials is a numbers game, but sometimes it can be a tricky proposition determining whether your monetary matters require the expertise of a bookkeeper or an accountant. Read more...

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