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28 August 2019

What are my odds of being audited?

To cut to the point right away, your chances are being audited by the IRS are quite slim.

David M Robson

Small Business, Taxes

22 August 2019

The Checklist Every Small Business Owner Needs for New Hires

It’s hard enough to hire the right people for your small business. Use this new hire checklist to make your onboarding process as smooth as possible.

David M Robson

Small Business, Taxes

18 July 2019

All the Expert Tips You Need to Properly Manage Cash Flow for Your New Business

In the largest possible sense, handling the cash flow for your new business is exactly what it sounds like & you’re trying to get the clearest level of visibility into “money coming in versus money going out” as possible. But managing cash flow is also about a lot more than that, too. It’s about making sure that you not only have the funds on hand to “keep the lights on” and to remain operational, but that you can also capitalize on opportunities as they arise instead of watching them pass you by. It’s about making sure you have access to what you need to not only put your best foot forward today, but to better prepare yourself for challenges that may develop six months or even a year from now, too.

David M Robson

Small Business, Taxes

11 July 2019

Small Business Owners May Qualify for a Home-Office Deduction

Home office is a type of tax deduction that applies to the business use of a home; the space itself may not actually be an office. One of the criteria must apply to be able to deduct home office expenses.

David M Robson

Small Business, Taxes

20 June 2019

Would a Mid-Year Tax Checkup Benefit You?

Many saving strategies need to be implemented prior to the end of the year and many should be implemented well before that for best results.

David M Robson

Small Business, Taxes