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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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23 September 2021

October 2021 Due Dates

The October 15th extension due date isn't the only thing to remember.

David M Robson

Taxes

23 September 2021

Here’s What Happened in the World of Small Business in September 2021

Here are five things that happened this past month that affect your small business.

David M Robson

Taxes

21 September 2021

As the Pandemic Continues, Managing Restaurant Cash Flow Becomes Critical

Cash flow has always been a challenge for restaurants, and before COVID-19 changed everything there were thousands of articles written about the importance of forecasting, streamlining overhead, and controlling inventory. But more than a year-and-a-half into the pandemic, more than 110,000 restaurants have closed their doors permanently.

David M Robson

Taxes

20 September 2021

The Importance of a Well-Oiled Accounting Function

The more diligent and meticulous your accounting team is, the more easily the rest of the organization can function and grow. If the system you currently have in place is relying on charts of accounts that are sloppily maintained and leading to delays or penalties regarding tax liabilities, that’s where your initial attention needs to be placed. Focus on the chart of accounts first, no matter how tempting it is to worry about the fees and penalties that you’ll be liable for in the meantime.

David M Robson

Taxes

15 September 2021

The Art of Running a Successful Family Business: Breaking Things Down

Family businesses make up between 80% and 90% of all business enterprises in North America. They contribute approximately 64% to the gross domestic product of this country, equaling roughly $5 trillion every year. Not only that, but they also comprise around 60% of the workforce.

David M Robson

Taxes