Many of our clients agonize over starting a conversation with a lender to obtain a loan to grow their business. They don’t know where to start. Here are 3 places for small businesses to look to borrow funds.
Sometimes bookkeeping for small businesses can be frustrating, both for you as an entrepreneur and for your bookkeeper. They slow you down by asking questions about things that you would rather not deal with, like:
OOPS! 2016 is over and you forgot to do your bookkeeping. What should you do? You are not the only one. Every day we get a call from an optometrist or property manager who never kept any records last year. Here is what we do when faced with this dilemma.
5-Point Checklist: What to Send Your Accountant
Where does the time go? If you are already looking at the calendar and wondering how to accomplish a lot of reporting in a short time for tax season, we understand.
There is a double Employer Tax whammy hitting employers in Ohio for 2017:
- FUTA Tax Credit is lower.
- Ohio Jobs and Family Services Rate is temporarily higher.
If you are an employer filing W-2s and 1099s for the work completed in 2016, there are no longer two dates to remember. Now, employers have one date to file
Our small business clients often feel alone. Fortunately Cleveland is loaded with resources for small businesses.
Council of Smaller Enterprises (COSE) is the region's largest small business support organization and provides cost-effective group purchasing programs, advocacy on legislative and regulatory issues, and networking and educational resources to help Northeast Ohio’s small businesses grow.
Are you a dentist who does work in exchange for IT services? Maybe you are a physical therapist who exchanges services with someone who does your social media. These are great examples of bartering.
Heads up for businesses who sent 1099 to their contractors! The due date to file with the IRS is coming up quickly.