Tax Preparation Guide for Small Business Owners

  • Tax season is upon us, and it can be a tricky time for small business owners and people who are self-employed. With income from multiple sources, plus expenses, deductions, and investments, navigating your taxes can take precious time you likely just don’t have. Here’s a guide to make preparing your taxes just a little bit easier—think of it as an entrepreneur’s roadmap on the journey to stress-free taxes.
    Posted on Feb 27, 2018
  • Small Business Technology: Responsive Website Design vs. Mobile Web App

  • Still unsure about last month’s article on Mobile Web Apps and Responsive Website Design? Read on to find out more. A responsive website is a site built so that it automatically detects what the screen size of the device you’re using is as well as other limitations such as the browser type and any secondary applications that might be necessary for the site to function correctly. Then, the website automatically modifies the content to fit the constraints. The problem with responsive sites is that it’s simply impossible to create one site that works with all screen sizes, browsers and other secondary applications consistently. The factors are too numerous to go into but this is often the preferred option for many companies as it is a more cost friendly option.
    Posted on Feb 27, 2018
  • Should I Hire a CPA to do my Taxes

  • Question: I am getting all of my stuff together for this year’s tax return and was wondering…should I hire a CPA or enrolled agent or should I do this myself? Answer: This is a great first question in the quest to complete your tax return and is the first question you should answer each and every year.
    Posted on Feb 27, 2018
  • Trump Gives First State of the Union

  • President Trump gave his first State of the Union address on Tuesday, January 30, celebrating his one year in office and successful passage of a key campaign promise, comprehensive tax reform.
    Posted on Feb 27, 2018 by Katie Vlietstra