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20 Questions to Ask Before Setting Up Your Business Bank Accounts

Starting a business is exciting, complex and fraught with countless decisions before you make your first sale. One important choice is where to set up your business bank account and

8 Things to Keep in Mind When Filing Your LLC Tax Return

Tax season can be a stressful time of year for everyone, and there are some extra complexities involved for business owners when filing an LLC tax return. If you want

10 of our Favorite Business Credit Card Options in 2020

A good business credit card is an invaluable tool for a business owner. We complied our 10 favorite business credit card options for 2020. Learn more!

What Is a Financial Statement, and Why Do You Need One?

Learn about financial statements of a company, including balance sheets, profit and loss, cash flow statements and equity.

Business Tax Basics: What Every Business Owner Wishes They Knew About LLC Taxes

Want to save money at tax time? Learn how an LLC can help you save money on business taxes.

5 Accounting Mistakes That Plague Small Business Owners

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.

How to Set Up a Small Business Budget as a New Business Owner

As a new business owner, forecasting is extremely important. Here is a “how to” on creating a small business budget to effectively grow your new business.

How to Hire a CPA for Your Small Business

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.

Freelance Taxes: How Much to Budget When You’re Self-Employed

Wondering how much self-employed folks should budget for freelance taxes? Here’s how to figure out what you’ll owe for estimate self-employed taxes.

How to Manage Your Taxes as a Freelance Software Developer

If you don’t stay on top of your taxes all year, it will cost you down the line. Here’s how to manage taxes as a freelance software developer.