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We cover topics related to what growing businesses need to succeed, including fundraising, tax savings, and financial performance.
A Letter from our CEO, Jessica Mah: Coronavirus Response
13Mar
A Letter from our CEO, Jessica Mah: Coronavirus Response
At inDinero, the health and well-being of our customers, employees, and communities is our top priority.
ASC 606: What You Need to Know
12Mar
ASC 606: What You Need to Know
ASC 606, a new accounting standard, changes the way businesses recognize revenue in contracts with customers, particularly customer payments.
4 Steps to Build Business Credit Quickly
4Mar
4 Steps to Build Business Credit Quickly
Just as building personal credit history is crucial for your own finances, building business credit is crucial for your business finances.
QuickBooks + inDinero: Not an Either/Or
24Feb
QuickBooks + inDinero: Not an Either/Or
Learn how inDinero works with Quickbooks, including how it fits with your business needs and when it's time to upgrade your solution.
How to Make Your Company Stand Out in a Competitive Job Market
18Feb
How to Make Your Company Stand Out in a Competitive Job Market
Unlike the old days, it’s now possible for jobseekers to find openings practically anywhere. We can thank the internet for this, and the rate at which it’s being used to connect jobseekers to recruiters.
Pancakes and Pianos: A Primer on Business Tax Deductions
4Feb
Pancakes and Pianos: A Primer on Business Tax Deductions
Do you find taxation confusing? I did. Then I became a tax accountant. I still find it confusing. Just not as much or as often.
Angel Investors + 4 Other Ways To Fund Your Startup
10Jan
Angel Investors + 4 Other Ways To Fund Your Startup
You already know your startup needs funding in order to succeed.
How Should You Budget for Marketing in Your Small Business?
2Dec
How Should You Budget for Marketing in Your Small Business?
“You need to spend money to make money.” Whoever came up with that was probably in marketing, or should have been.
Estimated Taxes, a Clever IRS, and a Well-Dressed Mobster
12Nov
Estimated Taxes, a Clever IRS, and a Well-Dressed Mobster
Taxable income is cleverly defined by the IRS. Instead of making certain types of income taxable, and leaving the rest not taxable, it took an opposite position: all income is taxable—unless it’s not.
Self-Employed? You May Be Able to Save Money on Taxes by Deducting Travel Expenses
7Nov
Self-Employed? You May Be Able to Save Money on Taxes by Deducting Travel Expenses
Welcome to inDinero’s Pot of Gold. In this series, you’ll learn quick, actionable tips to protect and build your company’s capital and personal finances. Whether your “pot of gold” is figurative or literal, these tactics will better enable you to maximize your wealth.
Use a Backdoor Roth IRA to Build Tax-Free Savings
1Nov
Use a Backdoor Roth IRA to Build Tax-Free Savings
Learn how you can maximize your retirement savings through a handy accounting maneuver known as the “backdoor Roth.”
Five Common Reasons Small Businesses Fail
29Oct
Five Common Reasons Small Businesses Fail
As a small business owner, you might be worried when you find out how frequently small businesses fail. Especially when you read that according to the Small Business Administration, only about half of all businesses survive past the first five years.
Why Net Operating Losses are Valuable but Limited
24Oct
Why Net Operating Losses are Valuable but Limited
For C-Corporations, understanding how Net Operating Losses and a 382 limitation work could mean thousands of dollars in tax savings for your business.
Should You Convert Your Company to a C Corp?
21Oct
Should You Convert Your Company to a C Corp?
Some companies are better equipped than others for growth. The difference can come down to something as seemingly simple as business structure—not leadership vision, not go-to-market strategy, but the details of an incorporation document.
Is a Short-Term Business Loan a Good Idea?
14Oct
Is a Short-Term Business Loan a Good Idea?
Your business needs money as soon as possible. Like, today. Maybe a big order just came in and you don’t have the necessary supplies to fulfill it.