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24 April 2022

Why Proactive Planning is More Important Than You Realize

Financial and tax literacy aren't just an important part of running a business. They're literally the foundation upon which everything else is built. Tax literacy helps to make sure that you're not only taking care of your obligations but that you're not paying more money than you should ultimately have to.

David M Robson

Small Business, Taxes

22 April 2022

The Ever-Changing Role of Tax and Accounting Professionals in the Modern Era

Starting a few years ago with the onset of the still ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the role of the accounting professionals in the context of a small business began to change. It's truly become a role that acts as a sounding board for solid decision-making, as is true with that of the virtual CFO.

David M Robson

Small Business, Taxes

19 April 2022

S Corporations Reasonable Compensation Requirement

Many S corporations ignore the requirement that each shareholder-employee must take reasonable compensation in the form of W-2 wages in exchange for services performed for the corporation. These wages are subject to Social Security and Medicare taxes (which the corporation and the employee generally split equally);

David M Robson

Small Business, Taxes

15 April 2022

The Story Behind the Success at Chief

Women in executive positions often find themselves overwhelmed and under-resourced, at least on a personal level. While they’re busy mentoring others and overseeing thriving companies, too many of them don’t know where to turn for their own questions.

David M Robson

Small Business, Taxes

14 April 2022

You May Qualify for a Small Business Home Office Deduction

the term “home office” is used to describe when a taxpayer uses their home for a business purpose, the space used may not be an office but may still qualify for the deduction.

David M Robson

Small Business, Taxes