Tasha Sims @ Redeemed Business & Tax Services Well, here it is: 2019. The holiday season is over, and the season for preparing tax returns is about to begin. But unfortunately, it is also the season for scammers who are out to steal your identity, swindle you out of
Four Things to Know about Taxes and Starting a Business Choosing a business structure: When starting a business, an owner must decide what type of entity it will be. This type determines which tax forms a business needs to file.
It’s common for today’s consumers to want the latest of everything from smartphones and cars to fashion and electronics…and we’re pretty good at it except in one key area, our business. For the small business owner it can get a little costly to have the latest tools and technology and
“Outsource”. Many entrepreneurs cringe at the very thought of the idea. Of course there are several realistic uncertainties that come with outsourcing. Most often at the top of that list is cost. When you’re a small business this is a major consideration. In many cases you’re barely making a profit
When owning or managing a business, one of the most important tasks is hiring staff.
So you have this idea and you’re sure there’s a market for it. Great, now you have 2 out of 3 things you’ll need to be successful. Unfortunately, the first two won’t matter if you don’t have what’s behind curtain number 3, a plan to market it.
The moment you realize you want to go into business for yourself or even getting involved with someone else’s finances, it’s always a good idea to categorize your expenses in advance as best as you can. Not only are many items taxed differently but it’ll just make things easier when