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Putting the finishing touches on next year’s budget
Few business owners look forward to creating an annual budget. Nonetheless, this is an important process that can be made better by attending to some key details.
Do you want to withdraw cash from your closely held corporation at a low tax cost?
Are you the owner of a closely held corporation and want to take cash out? For tax purposes, you probably want to avoid a dividend distribution. Here are some alternatives.
Should you go phishing with your employees?
Business owners, have you thought about sending employees a fake email just to see if they’d fall for a phishing scam? It’s a growing, though controversial, practice.
Now more than ever, carefully track payroll records
Businesses have long been required to properly track payroll records. The urgency and complexity of this task has grown because of the pandemic.
Reviewing your disaster plan in a tumultuous year
Business owners: Have you paused to consider how well your company initially responded to the COVID-19 pandemic? Update your disaster plan before the details fade.
Understanding the passive activity loss rules
The passive activity loss rules can be complex and trip up some taxpayers. Here are the rules.
4 steps to improving your company’s sales
Every business depends on strong sales to keep the dollars flowing and the company growing. Here’s a methodical approach to winning over prospects.
Reinforce protection of your company’s mobile devices
The COVID-19 crisis has put an increased emphasis on mobile business technology. Make sure yours is well-protected.
The tax rules for deducting the computer software costs of your business
The tax rules for treating computer software costs can be complex. Here’s a basic explanation.
Business website costs: How to handle them for tax purposes
Your business likely has a website. How do you treat the costs involved in developing your site for tax purposes? Here are the general rules.
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