Use These Financial Reports For Business Decisions By Deltrease Hart-Anderson

Just in time for the weekend, the IRS issued Friday-evening guidance about the overly-hyped (at first) payroll tax "holiday".There was initial hope that this might be a great shot-in-the-arm for Midlands businesses and employees, but given how the thing is structured,...

Using KPI’s For Your West Columbia Business

Scattershotting around the world of SBA loans and taxes here before the huge deadlines looming on July 15th.(As a reminder: 2019 personal tax returns and payments, first AND second quarter 2020 estimated tax payments are ALL due on Wednesday, July 15th.)We're working...

Struggling West Columbia Businesses Be Careful With Price Reductions

Here we are, with Q3 of 2020 in the rearview mirror, THANK GOODNESS.Only one more quarter left in this 2020 donkey -- but it's going to be an eventful one.I get asked a bunch by West Columbia clients and friends what I think the markets will do, and the only thing I...

Making the Most of Your West Columbia Business’s P/L Statement

In the arena of not-so-good news, along with so many other things these days, it looks like IRS interest rates have gone up for Quarter 3. Inflationary insults to injury for West Columbia business owners.These days are getting tougher. Hang in there.Now … the one...

How Your West Columbia Company Can Do More With Less Time

If you didn't get a chance to do this before, would you shoot me back a quick note through the email button at the top of the page? I'd like to hear from you...How are things going for your West Columbia business right now?I'd like to get just a few sentences about...

Expense Reimbursement vs Company Credit Cards: What West Columbia Business Owners Need to Decide

If you'll forgive me, I'm going to get pretty geeky today.You probably didn't realize that there are actual pros and cons to expense reimbursement for employees, etc. or using a company cc. Oh my West Columbia readers, I'm going to take you down a little rabbit hole...

Federal Tax Liens and What West Columbia Owers Can Do About Them

With any tax debt comes an awkward and unwelcome house guest: A federal tax lien.This tax lien exists as a matter of federal law, even if you only owe the IRS one dollar. For many people, it has no impact at all on their lives. But for a small percentage of West...

A Checklist For West Columbia Business Owners’ For 2020 Personal Income Taxes

So, last week I ran through the (rather incredible) selection of NEW and/or extended tax credits available for West Columbia business owners.That's just the tip of the iceberg though.But this is the great thing about working with business owners in tax strategy ... we...

Ransomware Defense Steps to Protect Your West Columbia Business’s Computer Systems

No matter your line of work, your computer might be one of your most glaring vulnerabilities ... and it's one that too many West Columbia business owners I've worked with don't fully address.Even if you work with your hands, and you're a sole practitioner (a...

What Does The CARES Act Mean For Your West Columbia Small Business?

These days are moving VERY quickly, and we are working VERY hard to get communication out to our West Columbia clients and friends.You probably already heard that the CARES Act (the mammoth 880+ page disaster relief bill) was signed over the weekend, and help IS...

How You’re Missing Legal Tax Deductions

Here’s a certain truth: the State and Federal Government would love to have more of your hard-earned money in their accounts. Sure, even though it’s painful, none of us begrudge paying our legal and fair share of taxes.
But the problem is that regular taxpayers, like you, are missing out on legal and safe deductions, to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars in unclaimed refunds every year!