They say “in this world, nothing is certain but death and taxes.” Well, we’re not sure if we hate or love to break it to you, but it turns out the latter is not as certain as the former, at least when it comes to business taxes.
Whether on an individual level or as a business owner, every living, breathing citizen or resident of the United States of America has some familiarity with federal and state taxes. The mission of the Internal Revenue Service is to "provide America's taxpayers top quality service by helping them understand and meet their tax responsibilities and by applying the tax law with integrity and fairness to all.
Business owners are often surprised to hear that January and July are the two busiest sales tax months. Most Americans think “tax deadline,” and their minds immediately jump to the March and April income tax deadlines.
For a startup to survive and succeed, it needs to manage cash flow with utmost care and skill. Founders and business owners often find it challenging to maintain a steady handle on their burn rate, and this has become a common reason for many startup failures.
We recently explored what it means to have "financial confidence" or the knowledge and faith that your business is meeting its fiscal objectives, and the sense of certainty imparted by a robust and accessible set of bookkeeping data.
You’re a startup CEO. You’re running your business fast and lean. Getting your company’s financials cleaned up and organized is on your to-do list, but so are a thousand other things. You’ll get around to it—just as soon as you secure the loan that will help you scale u