See if your business is eligible for a tax credit of up to $26K per employee!
A lien gives a lender the right to your property or assets if you fail to repay a loan. Learn how liens can help your business and how to get rid of them.
Cashless transactions are growing worldwide with a wide range of payment options. Learn the pros and cons of cashless payments and what they mean for SMBs.
Credit card processing fees are necessary when your business accepts credit and debit cards. Learn about these costs and 5 ways to reduce processing fees.
Interchange fees are costs you pay for processing credit card transactions. See how these fees may impact your small business.
Business owners may consider hiring an accountant or bookkeeper. Learn the difference and how to choose the right financial help for your company.
EMV chip cards help prevent fraud and allow customers to pay easily. Learn why you might want to accept this form of in-person card payment.
If you're a small or medium business, you likely don't have the staff to dedicate to chasing overdue invoices.
Here’s everything small business owners need to know about being audited by the Internal Revenue Service.
Use QuickBooks' time-tracking functions to track billable hours and other timesheet options. Our instructions cover QuickBooks Online and QuickBooks Pro.
Exporting invoices from QuickBooks is quick and efficient. Learn how to do it here.
Before putting your signature on a loan document, make sure you review and understand the most important loan contract terms.
Find out everything you need to know about using Apple Pay for customer payments at your business.
Learn which fees come with accepting credit cards as a form of payment, as well as how your business can reduce those processing costs.
Accepting mobile credit card payments allows your business to make sales anywhere, anytime. Find out how mobile credit card readers work.
Are your customers refusing to pay their outstanding balance? Here's what you can do when a customer won't pay their bill.
Many small businesses fall victim to credit card processing scams. Learn about common credit card processing scams and how to find a credit card processor.
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.
Want to try crowdfunding your business venture? Here are 10 ways to get the most out of your crowdfunding campaign.
Learn how next-day payments and other quick loan options can bolster your small business's cash flow.
Small business owners who need a break from paying their SBA loans have an option: deferments. Learn what it's all about.
If your business is growing quickly, you may want to take your operations beyond your state's borders. Learn how to expand successfully.
Learn why 2022 was such a bad economic year and why economists believe 2023 will see a surge in consumer spending that can save SMBs and help them thrive.
This article includes the most up-to-date tax rules small business owners need to know for the current year.
When is the right time for your business to hire a CPA to take care of your tax needs? This guide explains how to know when to hire an accountant.
Providing 401(k) plans has advantages for both business owners and employees. Learn about tax credits, exclusions, matching and more.
Will the IRS' new $79.6 billion in funding result in more small and midsize business audits? Experts discuss whether or not this concern is founded.
Tax changes for the 2023 tax year may affect you and your business. Learn about key tax issues and tips for getting ready for tax season.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is a federal tax code signed into law in 2017. Learn how these changes to the tax code affect small business tax liabilities.
Filing for a business tax extension can buy you additional time when you're not prepared to file taxes. Here's how to file an extension for your business.
According to one source, freelancers overpay an average of $3,000 in taxes annually. Here's how to know if you're overpaying and how to lower your taxes.