Receiving high quality small business tax help remains one of the key to-dos for many business owners, simply because they don’t know how to effectively handle the process on their own. Many mistakes are made, both at tax time and throughout the year, which could add up to penalties, extra money due, and plenty of […]
While healthcare reform has stayed in the news quite a bit over the past few months, especially as it related to the government shutdown, many small business owners don’t really understand what to make out of the law, its changes, and what it all really means. The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, known variously […]
With 2013 beginning to draw to a close, now is the time to begin personal tax planning for the year. It’s always a wise decision to get started with the process sooner rather than later, to help capitalize on all opportunities, make the right adjustments, and start the next year off on the right foot […]
Small Business Accounting Tips to Get on Solid Financial Footing It can seem daunting to make real improvements to both business and personal financial situations. Expenses keep adding up and piling on, fees and interest rates get raised, unexpected emergencies arise and so much more. However, with the right strategies, anyone can begin improving their […]
How to Effectively Look Back at 2013 and Look Ahead to a Bright Financial Future for a Small Business in 2014
All small business owners want to position themselves to continue enjoying more success and profitability, and that requires the right mix of looking back, and looking ahead. With summer already in the rearview mirror, 2013 will be over before long, but it’s never too late to evaluate, adjust, adapt or improve. That’s why now is […]
Margida & Associates Offers High Quality Small Business Accounting Services Stow, OH – It’s never too early to begin end of year personal or corporate tax planning, and Margida & Associates is here to help guide local clients through this sometimes-daunting process. There are a variety of upcoming tax changes directed towards both individuals and […]
Here is one surprise benefit of low interest rates: They can help reduce taxes. Read the entire article at The Wall Street Journal.
In certain situations, you can claim tax deductions for expenses that someone else paid. Read the entire article at SmartMoney.
You might save a bundle if you carefully consider your business expenses for possible deductions for taxes. Read the entire article at Entrepreneur.
On Oct. 22, 1986, President Ronald Reagan signed into law a widely praised and sweeping bipartisan tax reform. 25 Years After Tax Reform, What Comes Next? Read the entire article at Forbes.