There is a lot that goes into running a business. You’ve got to serve your clients or customers with something they want, make it affordable for them to acquire, manage employees, ensure safety for everyone involved, and the list goes on and on. You want to take care of everything on that list as efficiently as possible.
But there’s one thing on the list that nobody wants to deal with.
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The 5 steps of financial planning, which we’ll go into in more detail below, can be summarized as:
Define—Gather—Analyse—Develop—Implement Continue reading “What Are The 5 Steps In Financial Planning?”
Take it from 7K Metals, scam companies and shifty individuals saturate the field of gold and silver investing, and you need to know how to spot these scammers and avoid them at all costs.
Let’s look at some common tactics that companies and individuals use to screw you out of your hard-earned money. Continue reading “7K Metals: Scam Companies & How To Avoid Them”
While problems with the IRS are always serious issues, there are many ways a CPA can reduce your tax liability and help you set up payment plans in order to prevent crippling fines, property seizure, or prison time. Continue reading “How CPAs Can Help With Tax Problems”
Social Distancing is the new way of life in 2020. At least for the next few weeks and maybe longer. That is what the experts are saying about how we can help to reduce the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. So, what exactly is social distancing?
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The effects of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) have been widespread. There is almost no aspect of our lives that hasn’t been affected by it in some way. One of it’s most recent effects however has been a positive one. Though this tragedy has caused a lot of heartbreak and fear, It has also brought the world together a little closer. In has brought back a bit of humanity.
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You can’t watch the news for long without some environmental-related topic coming up. Whether it is climate change or something else, being environmentally responsible, or green matters more and more. Some people will use this as a major factor in determining which companies to support. And which to avoid.
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Roughly one third of millennials report asking friends and family for tax help rather than a tax professional, according to NerdWallet. Here are some more quick facts stated in the survey: Continue reading “Tax Filing Strategies For Millennials”
From corner cafes to large corporations, many businesses depend on paper products every day. Most of these supplies must have dimensions suitable for applications such as copying and printing and must be made out of the right materials. Whether an enterprise requires multi-purpose copy paper, paper rolls for printing receipts or rolls of butcher paper, you should be able to find all these products and more at an all-in-one paper supplier. Here are a few tips to help any business source paper products more affordably and reliably. Continue reading “The Best Way for a Business To Source Paper”
Congratulations! You’ve got yourself a job! You’re rocking the Company T-shirt and got yourself a shiny new name badge. On the first day they sit you down and have you sign dozens of waivers, letters of intent, and last but not least, the W-4. After skimming through its contents, checking off boxes, and finishing up with your John Hancock, the entirety of its existence slipped from your mind as it was lost amidst the seemingly endless catacombs of your employers filing cabinets, until today. With the end of the year fast approaching, the shadow of tax season looms menacingly and you realize you really don’t know how this works. No worries! This article can serve as a basic outline of do’s and don’ts when it comes to filing your taxes – from doing it yourself to hiring a professional – so you can make it through your first tax season worry free! Continue reading “Filing Taxes: A Beginners Guide”