New To The CBD Oil World? Get A Merchant Account To Streamline Your Payments

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CBD oil has been shown to provide many incredible health benefits to those who take it. As a result, it has been legalized by just about every state in the union. However, there are still some legal complications that could make it difficult for new merchants like you to process their payments. Thankfully, a CBD merchant account can help improve the process and get you quick access to your money. Payments Can Be Hard When Selling CBD Oil

24 May 2018

3 Things You Need To Know About Your Small Business And Taxes

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There are many people who run small businesses. These businesses can be on the side of what they are already doing at a regular job, or they can be their main source of income. Regardless of the size of your small business, it is very important that you make sure you are keeping good records for tax season. Here are some things that you should know. 1. Keep Track Of All Expenses

16 January 2018

Online Accounting For Your Small Business

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When it comes to owning and operating a small business, you will likely encounter many challenges along the way as you attempt to grow your organization. Without proper accounting, your company will have a greater chance of falling on hard times financially. While there are several accounting options available to small business owners on the market today, few can provide the versatility of online accounting software programs. Here are three reasons why you should consider moving your company's accounting activities online in the future.

18 January 2017

Small Business Expansion: Accounting Issues That Could Hold You Back

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Expansion is the most dangerous time for a small business owners. But it's also necessary to transition a small business into a larger business. When expanding, all aspects need to be carefully considered -- and that all comes down to the accounting. Here are some of the most common accounting issues that could hold a business back. Not Conducting a Thorough Risk Assessment Risk assessments go over the potential issues of expansion so the business can appropriately counter them.

28 December 2016

Small Contractor Tip: Buy Your Large Cargo Van Before The End Of 2016

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A contractor's cargo van can take a beating over the years and will have to be replaced at some point in time. If you are a contractor who utilizes a large cargo van that is showing its age and needs to be replaced, you should do it before the end of the year to qualify for a couple of nice tax deductions from the IRS. Here is an overview of what the tax deductions are and how you can apply for them during the 2016 tax filing season.

23 November 2016

Correcting And Resubmitting A Tax Return After An E-File Rejection

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Most individuals who e-file an income tax return receive a routine acknowledgment from the IRS shortly after the return is officially accepted. A small percentage of returns, however, are not initially accepted and receive a response containing a rejection code. Tax filers can usually correct the problem that caused the rejection and then e-file the return again or mail it if necessary. The IRS provides different rejection codes to help identify specific issues with e-file attempts.

13 October 2016

3 Things To Consider When Hiring An Accountant For Your New Home-Daycare Business

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As a new home-daycare business owner, you need a reliable accountant on your side to take care of all the financial aspects. Here are three important considerations to make that will help you figure out which potential accountant will be the best fit for you and your business: Government Subsidies If you plan to service children whose families receive government subsidies for child care services, there may be special forms that you have to fill out for those subsidies to be recognized and for you to get paid.

12 September 2016