Small Business General Accounting and Tax Auditing
Small business in the U.S. is defined as a company with 500 employees or less. While responsible for 60% to 80% of job growth in this country, this market has less access to capital than big business. Small business can’t raise funds through stock offerings or big bank connections but, rather, more likely secure funding through small banks or friends and family. Smart small business accounting and tax auditing is critical for survival. Cash flow management, appropriate accounting structures and sharp oversight of tax obligations is how small business owners will survive and even prosper in today’s economy.
IMPORTANT MONEY MOVES BEFORE YEAR END
‘Financial housekeeping is kind of like regular housekeeping…
Probably not your favorite thing to do but you feel good when it is done. Taking stock of your financial picture well before the end of the year allows you to make adjustments while you still have time to maximize the benefits of smart tax planning, investing, and retirement savings.’
Here are some important tax planning, and protection tips to help make sure you are on track. – Forbes