Eight Simple Ways To Add Sales Growth To Your Business

More guidance came to us last week from the IRS, and this last round is pretty meaty, as it relates to the 20% deduction for "Qualified Business Income" for passthrough entities. And, as a reminder, Congress passed these tax changes, but it's up to the IRS to...

Would The IRS Seize Your Personal Property?

With summer's end around the corner, the real estate selling season in has been in full swing. I know that I have heard rumors of a slowdown, but local realtors certainly still seem to have their hands full. But speaking of real estate, let me make something very...

How To Get Your Prospects To Respond To Your Marketing Messages

We have a pretty clear choice as business owners in our current cultural moment. Either we allow all of the media negativity (social and otherwise) to rob us of our focus and drive, through distraction and the agitation of the moment, and our business sort of putters...

Key Marketing And Sales Metrics Your Business Should Track

It's a large part of my job to work with business owners by "picking up the pieces" of their finances, and, unfortunately, it's often too late to have done any good. And of course, we work with plenty of thriving businesses in by helping them spot hidden opportunities...

Dear Business Owner, Let’s Talk Before Tax Season

In light of the festivities last week surrounding the 4th of July, I asked you a simple question: Are you achieving the independence you want in your business? But there's another side to this question that you should consider, and it is this: Have you considered...

Is a C-Corp or S-Corp Right for Your Business?

With our nation celebrating its 242nd birthday, and all of this talk about "independence" flying around, I have a question for you -- one that I think you should think hard about: Are you achieving the independence you wanted in your business? As you know, it is hard...

Online Sales Tax Hazards Businesses Need to Know

If you sell online, it's time to get your ducks in a row. Last week, the Supreme Court made a decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair Inc. that says that states and municipalities could now require online retailers to charge customers sales tax, no matter where that...

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