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Is It The End Of Free Shipping

For several years now, consumers have been able to rely on Amazon and its Prime program, which offers free and fast delivery, among other things. Other companies have also boasted free and low-cost delivery, but with rising fuel and labor … Read More

Small Business Owners Need to get Back in the Garage

This month, I’ve been really carrying on about small business owners stepping into a larger role as the leader of their businesses, and while it might seem weird for a tax professional to be preaching this, the truth is simple: … Read More

Who Is Peter Thiel?

When you think of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, the founder and CEO, may come to mind first. But venture capitalist Peter Thiel also played a major role in Facebook, and he’s had a big part in other tech companies too. These … Read More

All About IRS Payroll Tax Relief For Small Businesses Impacted by COVID-19

Many small business and sole proprietors have been hammered by 2020;COVID-19, shutdowns, lockdowns, riots, endless rule changes, and pivoting as the world adjusts. Are we seeing a light at the end of the tunnel? It is hard to tell. There … Read More

IRS Tool for Non-Filers to Receive the Economic Impact Payment

To help millions of people, the Treasury Department and the IRS launched a new web tool allowing quick registration for Economic Impact Payments for those who don’t normally file a tax return. The non-filer tool, developed in partnership between the IRS and the Free … Read More

Disaster Loan Assistance

COVID-19 ECONOMIC INJURY DISASTER LOAN APPLICATION For small businesses, 1099 independent contractors, and sole proprietors affected by the coronavirus there is a way to keep your business a float and maybe even keep everyone on payroll (including yourself) via the … Read More

COVID-19 and IRS Collections

The global pandemic of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on everyone’s routine, schedule, and daily life. Many things are cancelled and many more are on hold. In my area the closings started on March 13 and have gotten … Read More

Traction in Little Victories

Here we are, already a month into 2020 – can you believe it?  By now, some of you have already goofed a little on those resolutions you made, but today, I want to ask you something… How detailed were your … Read More

Where Did the Taxes You Paid in 2013 Go?

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Year End Quickbooks and Tax Special!

Are you a small business owner or sole proprietor? Do you find yourself procrastinating the bookkeeping, accounting, and tax work this year? Would you like to hire someone else to organize and account for your income and expenses for 2013 … Read More