Month: February 2016

IRS: Beware of Email Schemes this Tax Season

The Internal Revenue Service recently reported an approximate 400 percent surge in phishing and malware incidents so far this tax season. Taxpayers should beware of any emails claiming to come from the IRS, tax software companies or other tax providers. These fraudulent emails are designed to appear as though they come from the IRS or […]

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Improve Your Cash Flow, Improve Your Business

Five Signs of Stress and Five Ways to Improve your Cash Flow If income is the purpose of business, cash-flow is the lifeblood. Without cash, you can’t pay your bills, pay employees or buy inventory or materials. If you can’t pay your bills, it doesn’t matter how much money you are making on paper; your […]

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Making Financial Knowledge Power for Your Business

How good information can drive great decisions In today’s economy, success isn’t accidental. It’s the result decisions made which are based on the best information possible. As a business owner, so much depends on the decisions you make. Your decisions not only affect you, they affect your family, your employees, and even your clients and […]

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The IRS has announced that the optional mileage allowance for owned or leased autos (including vans, pickups or panel trucks) will decrease to 54¢  per mile for business travel after 2015. This rate can also be used by employers to provide tax-free reimbursements to employees who supply their own autos for business use, under an […]

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