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Filing your taxes can be tricky when you're self-employed. This handy guide can make things easier.
While the chances of an IRS audit are small, most tax audits involve small and medium-sized businesses. Here’s what you need to know.
Remove the confusion around accepting credit cards at your small business and learn what to look out for in a credit card processing company.
The deadline for filing business taxes is quickly approaching. If you have a sole proprietorship, keep these tax tips in mind.
It is especially important that entrepreneurs save for their retirement because there are no company-sponsored 401(k)s to take advantage of.
It is possible to complete your company's payroll on your own. Here's how.
Real wages have remained stagnant over time, and even as hourly wages increase, so, too, does the cost of living. The impact this trend has on consumer spending could be problematic for many small...
Companies from AT&T to Wells Fargo, and even Rosetta Stone are offering special deals and assistance to government employees affected by the shutdown.
You receive notice that one of your employees is having their wages garnished. What do you do? Learn more about the laws surrounding wage garnishments and your obligations as an employer.
A REIT is a mutual fund for real estate properties. Learn how REITs were developed, how they work, and what investors need to know about making money.
Stagflation is a mix of increasing prices and limited economic growth, and governments can do little about it. Here's what small businesses should know.
If your business is growing quickly, you may want to take your operations beyond your state's borders. Learn how to expand successfully.
CDOs caused the 2008 financial crisis, and similar asset categories are on the rise. Could they really cause another recession? Here's what to consider.
This guide defines intangible assets and explains why they're important to a small business.
If your employees are regularly working past their 40 hours a week, you are liable to pay them overtime. Find out what that means for your business.
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) measures the impact of inflation on average people around the U.S. See the latest data and how it affects small businesses.
As cash payments decline and contactless payments grow, not accepting credit cards could hurt your business. Learn why your business should accept cards.
This tax rule allows businesses to get the entire depreciation deduction in a single year.
Direct costs and indirect costs both influence how small businesses should price their products. Here's what you need to know about each type of expense.
This guide explains what compound interest is and how to calculate it for your small business.
Microfinancing is the process of giving small loans to business owners without access to traditional financial products. Learn how microfinancing works.
These tax deductions might seem made up, but the IRS allows them. Do you qualify for any of these strange deductions?
Businesses will need to start preparing for tax season in just a few short months. Here are the major issues every small business owner should be watching.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average, or the Dow, is an index that shows how 30 companies have traded in the stock market.
Loans and cash advances will both get your business the money it needs, but it's important to understand the differences before choosing one.
Tax deductions are great, but some might be less than legal. Here's the ones you should take and which ones you should avoid.
A credit policy provides flexible payment options to customers, while also helping to ensure you get paid what you're owed. Learn how to write one.
Learn all about NASDAQ, the world's second-largest, tech-heavy stock exchange.
Thinking about incorporating a crytpcurrency into your business's financial strategy? Here's what you need to know.
Learn what you need in order to qualify for a commercial real estate loan.