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Protect Receivables from the Outset

When trying to collect money from people who owe your company, you've undoubtedly asked yourself what can you do to help in your collection efforts.

Beware! Read and Review Before You Sign a Contract

Sometimes in an effort to move the business forward, you are pressed to make swift, hard decisions, which may result in entering into an agreement (or “contract”) without complete information.

FDIC Insurance: You Can Bank On It

FDIC stands for "Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation," which is the U.S. government agency that protects bank deposits.

Where Did the Cash Go? Look at the Cash Flow Statement

In accounting, a standard part of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) financial statements is the presentation of Cash Flow Statements.

Beware: Remote Work May Complicate Your Income Taxes

Remote work has become more common in recent years, and the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in employers realizing that many jobs can be done from home.

Take Advantage of Tax Breaks for Small Businesses

If you own a small or medium-sized business, it may be eligible for some significant tax breaks that aren't available for larger entities. Here are three examples to consider...

Do LLC Members Owe Self-Employment Tax?

How do self-employment tax rules apply to LLC members?

Don’t Short-Change Your Future By Cashing Out Your 401(k)

If you're looking for money to buy a new car or pay off some bills, your 401(k) plan may seem like a pot of untapped gold. The temptation to tap your retirement funds often comes when you switch jobs.

Unlock 8 Tax Breaks for Home Ownership

Over the last year, home prices have soared in many parts of the country. In addition to benefitting from an appreciating asset, eligible homeowners enjoy several tax advantages.

Due Diligence Considerations when Buying a Business

Buyers of businesses generally prefer to arrange for an asset purchase transaction, instead of purchasing an ownership interest in the target business entity.

Proposed State Legislation Could Provide Good News for PA Taxpayers

There are presently two bills going through the Pennsylvania legislature that could provide good news to the state’s taxpayers.

Caring For Parents Means Knowing About Their Financial Affairs

As people get older, so do their parents. Yet many adult children know little about their parents' assets.

Feast on Bigger Tax Deductions for Business Meals

Uncle Sam is helping to pick up the tab for certain business meals in 2021 and 2022.

2021 Fraud Review: Watch Out for These Financial Scams

Today, many people and small businesses are operating in survival mode. In addition to managing the effects of the pandemic, they're now struggling with skyrocketing inflation.

Are You Ready for Possible State Minimum Wage Increases?

In today's tight labor market, many employers have been raising wages substantially to maintain operations.

New Changes for Meals and Entertainment Deductions for 2021 and 2022

Any food or beverages provided by a restaurant is now 100 percent deductible (up from 50 percent) if paid or incurred after December 31, 2020, and before January 1, 2023.

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