Designating available cash with precision and intention is critical to the health of a business. Whether a company is enduring a cash shortfall or enjoying a season of plenty, the use of available cash can either advance the company or hinder its success.
January flurries are coming—and not just the white, fluffy kind that descend from winter skies. For business owners, the new year also brings a whirlwind of paperwork as they prepare for 1099 filing. Get ready for 1099s with these tips and changes.
It is impossible to get where you want to be - if you do not know where you are!
I turned on my phone’s GPS, and my heart skipped a beat. All I saw was a spinning circle, and it was clear to me that it was not going to show me the way back to camp. I was on a hunting trip with my sons in the swamps of Southern Arkansas, and we were a mile back in the swamp, far from civilization. Until I regained service, the only thing I could do was get out my backup compass and see if I knew how to use it.
This year has been a topsy-turvy one with an unending barrage of change. But taxes are a sure thing—even this year. Because of COVID-19 relief measures, there are many opportunities available to taxpayers, as well as some variables that could significantly change a person’s typical tax scenario. Know your options and be prepared with these tax updates for 2020.
With the economy destabilized by the Covid-19 pandemic, the U.S. government has spent trillions of dollars attempting to reduce the impact on American workers, families, and small businesses. Many Americans have received a stimulus check from the federal government, and many are hoping for another one this fall.