Posts Tagged ‘accounting’

Small Business and Startups: End-of-Year Mishegoss, 2012 Version

Mike | November 5th, 2012

Around this time last year I defined for you the Yiddish word ‘mishegoss,’ which many of you were familiar with in spite of never having heard the term before. Yiddish is just that way – it taps into certain archetypes in our consciousness and, as a result, a phrase that we might never have heard before […]

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Startup tips: 5 great tools for freelancers (and small businesses)

Mike | October 17th, 2011

What is a freelancer if not a small business? Just like small businesses, freelancers must engage in marketing, manage payables and receivables and other accounting tasks, perform HR functions, direct production, and plan strategy. 1. Planning and strategy. There are lots of great tools and apps out there that will help you to plan and […]

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Ten small business tax planning tips for 2010!

Mike | December 20th, 2010

Well it’s that merry time of year again. We’re gonna rest a bit, enjoy the slow pace for the next couple of weeks, take the opportunity hang out with friends and family, perhaps even sip an egg nog. Let’s see now, what else are we looking forward to? Ah yes – tax planning! The end […]

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Small business and startup issues: paperwork galore

Mike | November 29th, 2010

Last year’s healthcare bill, love it or hate it, contained a provision that slipped in under the radar, but that will have a substantial impact on small businesses and startups. The bill contains two important changes to how 1099s have been used historically. First, 1099s will now have to be issued for goods as well […]

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