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Business Plans That Work, Part 1
Business Plans That Work, Part 1

 

Get Started: Mixed small business reception for GOP tax plan (Washington Post)
The GOP’s proposed tax overhaul is getting a mixed reaction from small business advocates, with some saying they hope the plan will be revised as it makes its way through Congress.
Get Started: Mixed small business reception for GOP tax plan (Washington Post), SMALL BUSINESS TAX PROPOSAL The GOP’s proposed tax overhaul is getting a mixed reaction from small business advocates, with some saying they hope the plan will be revised as it makes its way through Congress. The biggest misgivings were over Republican lawmakers’ plan to tax 70 percent, of their business income would be taxed at 25 percent, the new corporate tax rate under the plan, the bill’s plan to end the estate tax, which can force some families to sell a business after an owner’s

 

Finding A Financial Planner [NASE Experts]
Finding A Financial Planner [NASE Experts], can call themselves a financial planner. Who They Are: Most financial planners have a series, retirement. For some reason we think there's plenty of time: later when our business is generating high, planning is NOW. It’s time to look at your lifestyle, how you want to live in the future, and how, number crunching and help you reach for your goals. You might need the help of a financial planner, a budget and plan to reach those goals. • Evaluate types of investments. • Maintain an ongoing

 

Top 5 Ways to Prepare for Retirement as a Small Business Owner
Small business owners know what it’s like to take care of everyone else — constantly ensuring customers are delighted, employees are satisfied, and their families are nourished. But often that leaves little time for other considerations, like planning for retirement. The thought can be overwhelming on top of all the other things that fall into the lap of a small business owner. And being self-employed means there is no company matching retirement contributions or making investment decisions.
Top 5 Ways to Prepare for Retirement as a Small Business Owner, future. You have planned the future of your business and dreamt about how it will grow and evolve; make, for small business owners will get you started! 5 Tips to Prepare for Retirement 1. Plan, all yourself. You cannot be the expert on running your business smoothly and planning for retirement, network who specialize in financial planning for small business owners; all you need to do is ask, . Be disciplined in your retirement planning approach As your own boss, you already know how to plan your

 

Contractors say they know new health plan "Obamacare" (La Opinion)
José Alberto Interiano know that will soon be forced to buy health insurance, but like most of the 22 million small businesses and contractors nationwide, he does not know how to register or how much money it will cost. "I know very little about health plans.'ve Been following the discussions in Washington and even they agree ... they say that we will be required to buy health insurance, but do not tell us how much it will cost or where buy it, "said Interiano.
Contractors say they know new health plan "Obamacare" (La Opinion), dicen desconocer nuevo plan de salud "Obamacare" Por: Yurina Melara Valiulis, nacional, él no sabe cómo inscribirse ni cuánto dinero le costará. "Conozco muy poco de los planes de, información necesaria para tomar decisiones sobre los planes de salud que tendrán que comprar debido al, "Obamacare". "Estamos a 60 días de que inicie el período de inscripción de los planes de salud que estarán, de los planes de salud en los estados realmente no tienen la capacidad para informar. No saben cómo

 

Small Business Is All Around Us
My best guess is that you may not even believe me in this week’s blog post, but here it is. I was on a plane from Los Angeles to Dallas today after a very long week. I was actually answering an NASE TaxTalk question about S Corporations right on line with the help of American Airlines’ in-flight internet connection.
Small Business Is All Around Us, was on a plane from Los Angeles to Dallas today after a very long week. I was actually answering, and owner of her own small business and noticed the NASE logo on the screen of my laptop. We talked about her business and about taxes and about forming an LLC and it was very enjoyable. Quickest, to a self-employed business owner, but keep in mind that there are 23 Million of us out there. Roughly one out of every six tax returns filed in the U.S. includes a Schedule C. So on my plane alone, each

 

Fiduciary Rule: Wise Safeguard or Unfair Burden? (New York Times)
I respectfully disagree with your Feb. 12 editorial “Retirement Advice in the Trump Era,” because the fiduciary rule is not a “common-sense safeguard”; rather, it’s a complex and burdensome regulation that imposes an unfair cost onto America’s smallest businesses.
I respectfully disagree with your Feb. 12 editorial “Retirement Advice in the Trump Era,” because the fiduciary rule is not a “common-sense safeguard”; rather, it’s a complex and burdensome regulation that imposes an unfair cost onto America’s smallest businesses. Financial planners, many who are self-employed or are employed by a micro-business, will have to spend precious resources, including, also assumes that financial planners were previously not acting in their clients’ best interest, which

 

Clearing the Murky Waters of Retirement Planning [Ask The Experts]
Clearing the Murky Waters of Retirement Planning [Ask The Experts], from Dover. There are two primary issues to consider in retirement plans with the first being what type of plan is best for you. The choices depend on whether you are an employee of a business or you run your own show. Of course, if you are an employee and participate in an employer plan your, Posted by Gene Fairbrother (NASE Lead Small Business Advisor) - When people think about retirement planning the first challenge they face is trying to understand all the government-eeze written

 

Ask The Experts: Tax Deductions
Q: My husband and I operate a corporation together, although business has slowed considerably. Last October, my husband got a job as a full-time employee for a government agency in Alaska, but he does most of the work remotely (there are others in the office who are also based elsewhere). However, he is required to show up in-person for two weeks each in January and April. We are wondering what, if any, of his related expenses can be deducted? Here are some examples of things we have purchased that we hope can be deducted:
, although business has slowed considerably. Last October, my husband got a job as a full-time employee, to be on-call at all times Plane tickets to Alaska for his face-time with his employer Internet/phone plans for teleconferences with his employers and fellow staff while working remotely Transportation, food and lodging while in Alaska A: The business expenses, including all those you, is that the non-reimbursed employee business expenses are subject to limitation. Only the amount

 

Updating Your Annual Plan
One of my favorite Christmas carols includes that phrase about school starting again and as a parent I never really understood that. When the kids were out of school I always had a great excuse NOT to think about things such as estimated tax payments or year-end planning because there was always the beach and baseball and the pool.
Updating Your Annual Plan, tax payments or year-end planning because there was always the beach and baseball and the pool. But as we settle into September with the kids back at school it’s time to pull out the business plan, existing plan for the remainder of the year. If your results for the business are better than you, by Friday, September 15th and now is a great time to make adjustments to your annual plan. How has the year gone so far? More customers than you had planned? Net income and cash flow are up for the year

 

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