Having a healthy cash flow is one of the most important factors affecting the long-term sustainability of any small business. This article explains cash flow in a simple way with strategies to managing it successfully.
If you want to keep your business running, you’re going to need to learn how to navigate the financial volatility of entrepreneurship. We spoke with four small business owners and asked them how they learned to manage their finances: here are five of their tips.
When starting a new business, money can be one of the biggest concerns or determining factors for success. Here are five of the best ways to use the capital you have, to help you be smarter with your money when starting a business.
Accounting doesn’t have to be scary. What if it could actually give you power over your business growth? Our Fearless Accounting guide has 100+ pages of easy-to-follow tips and lessons to help you run your business with confidence.
Deciding whether or not to hire an accountant can be a tough decision. The reality is that accountants offer valuable insights that can help you succeed. See how an accountant’s viewpoints can add value to your small business, no matter what stage of growth you’re in.
The rules applying to pass-through income are getting a radical overhaul with the new US tax bill. It affects all entrepreneurs from sole proprietors to S corporations—make sure you’re familiar with how these changes affect you.
Need help understanding how the new US tax bill is going to affect your business’s bottom line? Tax expert Barbara Weltman provides a detailed breakdown of vehicle expenses, bonus depreciation, and other cost recovery changes.
Running out of cash is the second most common reason small businesses fail. Learn how to understand cash flow and manage it right with tips from a CPA.
Are you self-employed and use your home as an office? See how you can reduce your taxable income with several deductible expenses that apply to working-at-home entrepreneurs. We’ve also got tips on how to keep track of your necessary documents for tax time.
Got all your financial records and bookkeeping ready to file for 2017 tax season? Now’s the perfect time to get a jumpstart on 2018, too. Follow these tips to organize your books better so next year’s taxes will be a breeze.