Category: Business Finance
As a limited liability company (LLC), your business has the pass-through taxation of a partnership or sole proprietorship with the limited liability of a corporation. This means when tax time rolls around, your business is its own legal entity with separate debts and legal status from you. However, LLCs are still tied to your personal […]
If you’ve recently formed your small business as an LLC with an S Corpelection, congrats! You can now enjoy the tax benefits that come with having a pass-through business entity, along with the legal protection of your personal assets. If you have an S Corp, it’s important to note this year’s filing deadline for your tax […]
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.
There are several options for funding your own retirement when you’re self-employed. Learn about the different possibilities here.
Learn the tax brackets and other important information for the 2018 and 2019 tax year.
If you’re in need of a small business loan, let’s look into why it’s a great time to seek out funding to get your new business venture off the ground.
Here’s how you can open a business bank account for your new LLC.
Required in all 50 states, workers’ compensation insurance reimburses an employee for an on-the-job injury.
The rewrite of the franchise or “margin” tax in Texas was intended to accomplish several things.