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Archive | Finance and taxes

Forgetting to File Annual Reports on Time Can Lead to Significant Financial Headaches

By Jennifer Friedman More than 2 million Florida small businesses—every LLC, corporation, limited partnership and limited liability limited partnership—must file annual reports with the Florida Secretary of State’s office by May 1, so that they may remain legal entities and compliant with state regulations. Florida, along with most other states, requires its businesses to update their… Read More »

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Three QuickBooks Errors that Will Bury Your Business.

The seemingly minor mistakes that you may be making in QuickBooks could actually be quite costly. Delaying dull yet important tasks, or failing to address oversights or to correct inaccuracies in your bookkeeping, could cost you more time and money than you would have spent to do it right the first time. Stop stalling and… Read More »

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The Hidden Cost of Managing Your Accounts Receivable

By Tom Green Companies must make the best use of their assets if they are to maintain and expand their missions. Knowing the true cost of your accounts receivable and how to reduce it are critical for liquidity and efficiency. However, determining how much cost accounts receivable actually add is often a misunderstood and controversial… Read More »

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How sellable is your business?

By Gary  & Nancy Hallett You’ve worked hard to build your business, sacrificing along the way to make sure your employees have a steady, reliable place to work, with hopefully enough left for your own family every week. As the years go by, your thoughts turn toward the overall value of your business and how… Read More »

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Asset protection for the small business owner – It is easier than you think

By William A. O’Leary When people think about asset protection, they tend to conjure up images of complex financial arrangements—often involving offshore asset protection trusts— arranged by mysterious agents. While this type of sophisticated asset protection planning may be an option for certain high-net-worth individuals, the vast majority of us do not need it. There… Read More »

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Obtaining a small business loan: 5 simple steps

By David Marovich Most business owners will find out sooner or later that obtaining a small business loan can be a difficult task. But there are things you can do to prepare yourself and make the loan process go smoother. Most will ask that you address five categories when applying for a business loan. Step… Read More »

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ACA Implementation is NOT Delayed

While most Americans were planning for a weekend filled with food, fun, and fireworks, the Treasury Department got the party started a little early on July 2 with an announcement on their online blog that the Obama Administration intended to delay enforcement of the employer mandate provision of the Affordable Care Act for one year. … Read More »

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Do You Have Hidden Cash In Your Building?

By Pam Duggar The new tax increases have pushed engineered cost segregation studies onto the center stage for commercial property owners. Increased expenditures and depreciation combat higher taxes. This is a well-vetted deferral strategy. Current governor of Florida, Rick Scott, opened the doorway for engineered cost segregation studies benefits to all taxpayers when his company… Read More »

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An Alternative to Paying Overtime?

By Mark Addington Do you have an employee that has worked overtime hours and wants time off?  The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) currently provides public sector employers with the ability to offer employees compensatory time off in lieu of paying monetary overtime compensation. Compensatory time is an arrangement where an employee would be eligible… Read More »

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Why you need to protect your customer’s data By Cathy A. Garland As a business owner, there are always competing efforts for your resource focus and dollars. It can be difficult to know what needs prioritization. In 2010, the PCI Data Standards Council released the first draft of a document securing consumer information. They created… Read More »

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