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This blog focuses on a variety of issues affecting individuals and small businesses. Topics for individuals include taxes, identity theft, security among other relevant issues. Small business owners can see topics about taxes, tax planning, marketing and other business issues/topics.

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19 February 2022

What Makes a Business Sustainable?

Often, entrepreneurs get caught up in the headlines about businesses with hyper-growth rates. We start thinking of how we can replicate these results.

David M Robson

Small Business

18 February 2022

Counseling the Counselors: What your Therapy Business Needs to Know About Taxes

Therapy and counseling are invaluable services, and counselors make such a difference in clients’ lives that it’s hard to remember that they’re also operating a business. But if you’re a therapist it’s no surprise to you. With tax time right around the corner, now’s the time for a quick update on what you need to know about filing your income taxes

David M Robson

Small Business

17 February 2022

Congratulations, You Just Sold Your Business: What Happens Next?

By far, the most important step that you can take in terms of selling your business actually occurs before the sale even happens: planning ahead. When you sell your organization, especially if you're lucky enough to do so for millions of dollars, you generate enough of a profit to live comfortably for several years. But you need to be forward-thinking in terms of how you maximize those profits with regard to the taxes you'll be required to pay.

David M Robson

Small Business

20 January 2022

All the Best Cash Flow Practices for Medical Practices

Medical practices present their own unique challenges. Therefore, if you really want to take control over the cash flow for your practice, there are a few key things you'll need to keep in mind.

David M Robson

Small Business

15 January 2022

Now’s the Time to Brush Up On Your Bookkeeping Habits

Are you the type who makes New Year’s resolutions? Though the vast majority of those who pledge self-improvement focus on losing weight or exercising more, deciding to brush up on your bookkeeping habits may actually be smarter – and easier to stick to. If you’ve ever found yourself shaking your head at your own process, the beginning of the year is the perfect time to correct inefficiencies and counter oversights.

David M Robson

Small Business