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All That You Ever Wished For in a PPP Guide
23Feb
All That You Ever Wished For in a PPP Guide
Contents Use these links to hop to the topics that catch your eye or dive right into our PPP guide and see where the journey takes you! PPP reopened for the third time What’s changed about the PPP loan? Who is eligible to apply for a PPP loan? What are the loan limits and terms...
A Business Owner’s Guide The Payroll Protection Program Round Two
12Jan
A Business Owner’s Guide The Payroll Protection Program Round Two
Guidance from the Small Business Administration (SBA) for lenders of the Round Two (aka “second draw”) of Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans is out, and the portal is open.
Score One for Experience and the CFO Role
28Dec
Score One for Experience and the CFO Role
The CFO role has undergone quite a transformation in the past twenty years. Does your CFO’s experience meet your company’s future goals?
Why Cryptocurrency Taxation Isn’t As Cryptic As You Thought
7Dec
Why Cryptocurrency Taxation Isn’t As Cryptic As You Thought
Are you using cryptocurrency in your business? The tax experts at inDinero have broken down the basics of crypto taxation so you can avoid huge tax bills.
4 Questions to Ask Your Accountant About Year-End Financial Planning
4Dec
4 Questions to Ask Your Accountant About Year-End Financial Planning
Year-end planning is here. The accounting and tax experts at inDinero can ensure your company is well-prepared and primed for growth—whatever 2021 brings.
The Top 4 Virtual Holiday Office Party Ideas for 2020
30Nov
The Top 4 Virtual Holiday Office Party Ideas for 2020
It’s holiday time! And that means, you need some easy and fun ideas for your virtual holiday party.
Paying Less Taxes Can be Like Totally Bonus
16Nov
Paying Less Taxes Can be Like Totally Bonus
Was your business profitable in 2020? Do you expect a large income tax bill? If so, this blog is for you!
7 Practical Questions to Ask Before You Exit Your Business
9Nov
7 Practical Questions to Ask Before You Exit Your Business
Whether you intend to leave your company in a few months, years, or decades, here are 7 exit planning questions to consider right now.
Secrets of a Home Office Tax Deduction Revealed
4Nov
Secrets of a Home Office Tax Deduction Revealed
2020 has introduced millions to remote work—does that mean you or your employees qualify for a home office deduction? See who and how to qualify this year.
What is the Shape of Your Business’s Recovery?
30Oct
What is the Shape of Your Business’s Recovery?
When the economy recovers, what shape will your business be in? Find out what's in the next stimulus bill for your company and how inDinero can help.
What does a CFO know about people?
28Oct
What does a CFO know about people?
CFOs are the modern CEO’s right hand. Should your company roll HR under your CFO? Here’s the answer in a 2-minute read.
Accounting Tech Trends You Need to Know About
27Oct
Accounting Tech Trends You Need to Know About
Accounting tech is a critical part of any leading company’s strategy. How solid is your knowledge of accounting tech trends? Read on.
Exit Planning: The Art and Science of Valuations
15Sep
Exit Planning: The Art and Science of Valuations
It probably won’t happen today or tomorrow, but at some point, you’ll leave your company. Ideally, you’ll walk away wealthy—or at least wealthier than you are right now—ready to dive into retirement, the launch of your next business, the beginning of your career as an investor, or whatever the next stage of your life holds.
What You Gain and Lose by Using SAFE Notes
24Aug
What You Gain and Lose by Using SAFE Notes
It sounds like an easy win. You take $200,000 from an investor right when you need it, with minimal back-and-forth negotiation and no debt obligations or loss of equity in the present.
5 Doubts About Payroll Tax Holiday You Need to Clarify
17Aug
5 Doubts About Payroll Tax Holiday You Need to Clarify
There are things to love or hate about the latest executive order of a payroll tax holiday, such as: Eligible employees love the extra cash in their pockets that would ordinarily go to the government to spend or to save. Though as it stands now, that extra cash would need to be repaid at the end of the period…