Category Archives: Taxes

2013 Tax Tips

I really didn’t know if I should title this post 2013 Tax Tips or 2014 Tax Tips, I went with 2013 since these tips apply for the year that just ended but the tips in this post may help you … Continue reading

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Beware of Unscrupulous Tax Professionals

I once did a posting on when to expand your business titled Time to Expand? and in that article I used the experiences of my barber as one example. I recently thought of his experiences with tax professionals as an … Continue reading

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Timely Tax Tips

The holidays are over and to add insult to injury, tax season is bearing down on us. You probably have already received some of your tax forms with more on the way, so it seemed like a good idea to … Continue reading

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Time to Expand?

Most successful small business owners consider expansion at one point or another. I wrote about The Importance of Loyal Customers to Your Small Business and used my barber as one example of how to get and keep loyal customers. He … Continue reading

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More on Shopping Locally

We did a posting last September titled Shopping Locally about an article suggesting that by supporting other local small businesses you are indirectly supporting your own small business as well. We also mentioned the 3/50 project in the post which … Continue reading

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Timely Income Tax Advice

Almost everyone has already paid their 2010 income tax, unlessĀ  you filed for an extension because you are a world class procrastinator or for some other valid reason. Even though preparing and paying your income tax is probably an unpleasant … Continue reading

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Use It or Lose It

Probably everyone has heard of the saying use it or lose it. The term is often associated with decreased physical fitness due to lack of exercise, or declining mental abilities as we age because of not exercising our brains enough. … Continue reading

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Small Business Credit Bill

USA Today had a recent article on the recently passed Small Business Jobs and Credit Act. Whether or not you agree with the the current Congress and Administration policies, the passage of this bill could result in some real savings … Continue reading

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More Tax Tips

We promised another timely tax tip on on our Monday posting. Like it or not, the Affordable Care Act signed into law by the President in March included the small business health care tax credit. We've posted some details below. … Continue reading

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Tax Tips

Everyone likes to save money on taxes. Back in February of this year we posted A Word to the Wise describing how classifying employees as independent contractors can save on your tax burden and is perfectly legal. That is, as … Continue reading

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