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1099s: Tips & Tricks

1099s are due January 31st - have yours been sent? If you have, have you sent them to all vendors and service providers who need one?  You might think that...

New Mileage Rate for 2019!

It's a new year and the IRS has once again updated the mileage rate for 2019. Beginning January 1, 2019, the standard mileage rate increased  from 54.5 cents in 2018...

Using Excel Rounding to Alleviate Reconciliation Woes

In business, we often leverage data from multiple systems, ultimately wanting the numbers from each system to reconcile perfectly.  Yet sometimes…that isn’t the case.  While you may only be off...

Don’t Count on Your Bank Balance

  One of the most common misconceptions we run across regarding cash flow, is individuals believing that their current bank account balance is the amount of cash they have available...

A Simple Start to Taking Control of Your Workday

Many times we begin our workday already overwhelmed by the amount of tasks we need to take care of. However, before we know it, the day is half over and...

Management vs. Leadership

The words fade out, the music starts to rise, the drums kick in and the underdog begins to train harder, run faster and do better than they’ve ever done before....

Paycheck Checkup!

As we near the end of the year, it’s important to do a “Paycheck Checkup” so you’re not surprised by your tax bill come April. The Tax Cuts and Jobs...

Sales Tax Changes are Imminent for Online Retailers

Online Sellers might have to start collecting sales tax regardless of nexus. On June 21, 2018 the Supreme Court case South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. ruled that states have the...

Small Businesses Spend Up To 120 Days Per Year On Admin Tasks

A recent Sage report found that United States small businesses spend nearly 120 days per year on administrative tasks. Based on a seven-hour working day, that translates to 960 hours...

Avoid The Year-End Meltdown and Get Back to Business

It’s back to school time for kids and back to business for entrepreneurs. As summer fades and school routines resume, work inevitably heats back up. Finding time for sales and...