I remember my Mom telling me “If you have nothing nice to say, don’t say anything at all”. I struggle with the words being tossed around in the news today. Majority of what I hear is “he said, she said”.
Many businesses are closing their financial statements for last year to file the taxes. This is the perfect time for business owners to take a deep dive into their financial results and learn more about the business.
It’s hard for me to believe the Year 2020 is here! They say hindsight is 20 20 and I have 60 years of history to learn from. What am I going to do with all that information? I made a list of 5 things I have learned.
Health Insurance Options for the Small Business Owners
Health insurance is a definite challenge for small business owners – both in cost, options and constantly changing rules. Personally, my health insurance has increased 204% over the last 8 years, with little to no change in coverage.
One of my favorite movies is Ghost and Darkness, it is about two man eating lions that slow down the building of a railroad in Tsavo, Kenya in the early 1900’s. The movie stars Val Kilmer and Michael Douglas.
4 Tax Planning Ideas to Keep More & Reinvest in 2019
Small business Owners put blood, sweat and tears into their business every day. Fall is the time to plan to minimize your tax bill for 2019, legally. Get informed and in control of your tax situation. These are general year-end business tax planning tips. It is critical to consider your personal and business circumstances before implementing any ideas.