Learning about Capital Raising Services

Starting a new business can be very difficult, especially in today’s economy. Depending on what industry you are getting into, you may be facing additional challenges as well. The restaurant industry, for example, is very competitive and many new restaurants fail within the first three years of business. Unless you are splendidly wealthy, getting a […]

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Invest in Small Business Accounting Professionals

Small business accounting can be a pain and take a toll on your work schedule and free time. There is a lot to take care of on a monthly basis – not to mention quarterly. Accounting is a full time job for some people. Juggling a business’s budget while tracking spending, overhead costs, payroll and […]

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Accounting Small Business – Hire a Professional

Small business owners like to do their own accounting, because they like the idea of saving money and taking control of their company’s financial aspects. However, although bookkeeping might seem easy, there are reasons why accounting small business task should be outsourced to a professional accounting firm. Accounting and the Small Business – Staying Clear […]

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Accounting Outsourcing is Good Business Sense

Accounting Outsourcing is no longer a unique practice. In fact, more and more companies large and small are looking at accounting outsourcing not only as a viable option, but as a necessary element for business success. Let us take a look at how accounting outsourcing could have helped one small business. It is a small […]

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Accounting For Small Business

Accounting for Small Business Small businesses need to have accurate information about the state of their business’ finances in order to be successful. This means that small business will either have to handle all of the accounting themselves or hire a professional accountant to do it for them. The latter is an attractive option as […]

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Research and Development Tax Credit for Startups

Research and Development tax credit is available to every business having qualifying research activities. The number of years in business matters (to calculate base period) but that does not mean startups are not eligible to claim R&D tax credit. In fact, most startups perform quite a bit of research that helps them qualify and benefit […]

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Five Things to Consider Before You Open Up a Business

Opening up a business is a big challenge. It is not an easy path and often includes details that you might not have considered. You need to make sure that you have covered all basics of running a business before opening one. Here you will learn about 5 important things to consider on how to […]

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Could R&D Tax Credit Benefit Your Small Business?

If you are running your business in Texas; in any of the cities namely Austin, Houston, San Antonio, Fort Worth or Dallas, you can check if your business qualifies for the research and development tax credit. You can read on to find out more about this R&D Tax Credit which was added as part of […]

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Fine Print and Accounting for Small Business

These days, managing time and resources effectively is crucial for small business owners. Operating with a smaller staff than larger businesses (sometimes a staff of one), the small business owner is the lynchpin in the company. Responsible for keeping the business afloat, many small business owners juggle multiple roles within the company, from managerial to […]

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Start-up Business – Venture Capital Financing Tips

The number one venture capital financing tip is to know your business. To figure out how much venture capital you’ll be needing for your start up, you need to ask yourself some questions first. What kind of business is yours? Do you want to eventually expand your start-up business into a high-impact, high-profit industry? If […]

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Effective Tax Planning and Management to Avoid Penalties

Effective tax planning and management to avoid penalties seems difficult, but it’s actually as easy as A-B-C – well, actually, D-D-D! While the Three D’s (retirehappy.ca/three-d-s-of-tax-planning/) of tax planning – deduct, differ, and divide – will vary according to your individual and business needs, understanding how these basic investment strategies work will save you time and […]

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Accounting for Small Business Needs

Is Your Business Ready for an Accountant? Many small business owners do as much as they can on their own to save money, especially when the business is young. You’ll often see small business owners handling their own shipping and receiving, cleaning duties, payroll and other financial procedures. Small business owners often attempt to file […]

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