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Applying for government grants can be a confusing and lengthy process, but the end result could be a monetary award for your business. Here's how to apply for a government grant.
Follow these six steps to protect your business's cash flow in uncertain times.
Knowing the relationship between revenue and expenses is the key to understanding your business's profitability.
Learn what severance pay is and when you should offer it.
Having a robust accounting system in place right in the early stages of the business helps you build a strong foundation for your business.
The Paycheck Protection Program is meant to offer economic relief to small businesses in need of funding to cover wages and salaries, but is it enough? Is more funding on the way?
Banning tipping is still controversial, but it's gaining in popularity. Is it right for your restaurant?
Don't let fear of the IRS paralyze you. Get your taxes sorted.
Filing your own small business taxes may not be the best practice for you or your business.
In the majority of transactions, this risk is minor and ephemeral. However, certain transactions come with a greater degree of risk.
I just started my own clothing called Crowns Clothing Collection that I want to sell at an affordable price for my target market. Crowns Clothing Collection is targeted towards teens and young adults...
You can pump up profits for your restaurant with a few tried-and-true methods paired with creative balance of costs.
Use one of these programs to gauge the costs of your next construction project.
The triple bottom line is a sustainability-based accounting method that focuses on people, profit and planet. Here's how it works for businesses.
Here's what you should look for in a modern, technologically advanced point-of-sale system for your business.
Restaurants have their own special accounting needs and quirks.
While blockchain technology is all the rage right now, it hasn't yet hit its stride.
What are the different types of taxes an LLC has to pay (e.g. income, state, federal, expenses, etc.)? What are the tax advantages of a filing taxes as an LLC, as opposed to an S-corp or C-corp?
My husband and I divorced 20 years ago, 4 years ago we sold a business property that we were 50/50 partners in. I filed my taxes every year and always gave a copy to my ex-husband so he could file...
I want to know which elements I should focus on and recommend to readers when writing about accounting software systems.