Is there a secret to managing cash flow in a seasonal business?

Is there a secret to managing cash flow in a seasonal business?
The busy season is over, it’s been a good run, and now it is time to take a deep breath, kick your heels up and enjoy the off season.  Often that tranquil state of mind is only fleeting as other doubts start to creep […]

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So you just hired an employee – now what?

So you just hired an employee – now what?
Yipee!  Your business has grown and now you need help to get some of the day to day work accomplished.  This could be the start of a great collaboration, and it is the first step toward your company becoming a world dominating behemoth.  But what else needs […]

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Independent Contractor vs. Employee which is right for my business?

Independent Contractor vs. Employee which is right for my business?
So your business is growing and it’s time to get some help.  You reach out to your network and find a willing soul who will help you with the everyday tasks that need to be accomplished in your business, agree to a compensation rate, and just […]

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Supreme Court opens door for States to Collect Sales Tax from Out of State Sellers

Supreme Court opens door for States to Collect Sales Tax from Out of State Sellers

Quill is Dead Long live Wayfair.

In an 5-4 split decision on 06/21/2018 the Supreme Court rocked the on-line retail world by ruling in the case South Dakota v. Wayfair Inc. in favor of South Dakota to allow its new law to […]

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Married Filing Separately

The “treat me like a child” clause in the Tax Code
While studying some tax law, I came across a curious provision about filing status options on individual tax returns.

One of the key provisions of an individual income tax return (AKA 1040) is what filing status a taxpayer chooses.  Providing for some exceptions for exceptional situations […]

By |September 25th, 2015|Tax advice|Comments Off on Married Filing Separately