Category: Business Accounting
Don’t make the same accounting mistakes that other business owners make. Learn from these so you don’t fall victim to the same issues.
Small business owners obsess over the bottom line—and with good reason—a U.S. Bank study found that 82 percent of businesses fail because of cash flow problems. If you’re not acutely aware of how much money you’re making, as well as spending, you won’t last long. The irony is that in keeping track of their finances, […]
If you’re ready for next-level financial planning and strategy for your small business, you’ll want to hire your own CPA. Here’s how to do it right.
Filing your Annual Report is a critical requirement for any corporation. Here’s a quick guide to understanding what these reports are and how to file them.
For solopreneurs or owners of microbusinesses — small businesses with nine or fewer employees — it can be difficult to manage both your personal and business finances. You might find it easier to mix them together, or some months you might find it difficult to remember which expenses were specifically for your business. And while […]
Avoid the disastrous consequences of keeping poor financial records — learn how to improve your small business bookkeeping.
Even as the nation moves toward recovery, the economic climate has caused a number of economic losses for business people. Still, it’s not too late to protect personal assets from any potential business losses. A report from Resource Nation offers entrepreneurs some tips on how to be proactive about protecting personal assets in tough economic times. The […]