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August 14, 2018
Tax Tip Tuesday Financial Blog Post

IRS and Tax Scams – Ways to Know if You Are Being Targeted

Avoiding tax scams could be easier than you think. Here are a few tips that can help you determine whether you are talking to— via phone, email, or even in person—is an IRS employee:
August 13, 2018
7 Questions to Answer When Conducting a Market Analysis for A Startup

7 Questions to Answer When Conducting a Market Analysis for A Startup – Article #5

Perhaps the most difficult and lengthy section of a start-up business plan is conducting a market analysis. You can describe your products and services all day long. I’m sure you can even forecast the future financial success of your business. Yet, when it comes to completing a statistical overview of your industry norms and the customers you intend to target, you get hung-up. By understanding your industry, though, you will gain a better understanding of who your target market is and how you can make an impact on your industry’s current marketplace.
August 9, 2018
picking between different retirement plans for small businesses

Retirement Plans for Small Businesses – Which Should You Offer?

As a small business owner, I understand the desire and importance of taking care of your employees. The task of providing for your family and your employees’ families can be daunting. You can do both! However, providing retirement plans for small businesses requires us business owners to be very cost-conscience. This attention to cost needs to be a driving force when looking at the different plans, but not the only consideration.
August 8, 2018
Ideas for small business donations to charity

Top 5 Ideas for Making Small Business Donations to Charity

Business owners can be some of the most philanthropic people on the planet. No one makes more charitable donations than business owners. The IRS estimates business owners give to five or more charities, which translates to them being about 10 times more generous than that of the general population. In fact, 83% of high net worth business owners actually plan to increase their giving in the next three years as well.