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As a Corporation You Need to Follow the Rules

blog business tax Jul 24, 2021

When you started your business, you may have formed a corporation to protect your personal assets from lawsuits against your company. However, you must also operate your business like a corporation -- or risk losing the liability protection you expect to have.

No matter how long you've been in...

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Budgets Can Make You Rich!

blog money management Jul 24, 2021

Let’s face it, budgets are boring and tedious. They feel restrictive and limiting. No-one wants to create them. I get it, you don’t want anyone telling you how to spend your hard earned money. However, what if I told you a budget can make you rich. After all, everybody wants to be...

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Tax Strategies For Real Estate Professionals

blog real estate Jul 24, 2021

Most individual taxpayers who own rental real estate cannot deduct losses from their properties or their losses are limited.

The Internal Revenue Code (IRC) defines a passive activity as any trade or business of a taxpayer in which the taxpayer does not materially participate, and any rental...

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Maximizing Cash Flows

Maximizing Cash Flows

Slow paying customers, seasonal revenue variations, an unexpected downturn in sales, higher expenses -- any number of business conditions can contribute to a cash flow crunch. If you own a small business, you may find the suggestions that follow helpful in minimizing...

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Managing Cash Flows in Unprecedented Times

Slow paying customers, seasonal revenue variations, an unexpected downturn in sales, higher expenses -- any number of business conditions can contribute to a cash flow crunch. If you own a small business, you may find the suggestions that follow helpful in minimizing cash flow problems.

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Maximizing Home Office Deduction

blog business tax Feb 23, 2021

Generally personal expenses such as mortgage interest, real estate taxes, insurance, utilities and maintenance are not deductible as a business expense. However, if you are self-employed (small business owners, real estate professionals, contractors, etc.) and work from home, you may be eligible...

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