Tag Archives: business expenses

How Will the “TCJA” Affect Me or My Business?

How Will the “TCJA” Affect Me or My Business? by Nadine Riley{7 minutes to read}  This October the curtain came down on the 2017 tax year. Now, all eyes are focused on how the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) will impact the 2018 tax year, and How will I be affected? Continue reading

2017 Tax Year is Almost Behind Us. How Will the New Tax Laws Affect You and Your Business in 2018?

2017 Tax Year is Almost Behind Us. How Will the New Tax Laws Affect You and Your Business in 2018? by Nadine Riley{8:24 minutes to read}  The chatter seems to have decreased regarding the new tax laws, but the uncertainty still seems rather high. The Tax Cuts and Job Act (H.R.1), which is now enacted, affects each of us and our businesses. The intent of the law is explicit in its title, however, in practicality some areas are still too complex to see how they tabulate on paper. For the most part, the effective date for enactment of the law is January 1, 2018, but some parts of the law (such as depreciation) do affect items purchased in 2017. Continue reading

2017 Year-End Tax Guide for Businesses

2017 Year-End Tax Guide for Businesses by Nadine Riley*Due to the weekly changes and updates to the proposed tax law, some of this article’s content may have changed. Once the law is passed, we will update you.

{7:06 minutes to read} Now that each chamber of Congress has met, i.e. the House and the Senate, we now await the final verdict regarding how they will reconcile their differences and decide what will be the new tax law. Continue reading

Financial Mgmt Tools for Entrepreneurs and Small Businesses

Financial Mgmt Tools for Entrepreneurs and Small Businesses by Nadine Riley{4:36 minutes to read} Being a self-employed entrepreneur or small business owner can be exciting and frightening all at the same time. It is good to be the one who is calling the shots, but it is difficult to keep your fingers on all the necessary pulses so that you and/or your business thrive.

One of the most essential and useful tools in any business toolbox for a small business is proper bookkeeping. Without it, how do you account for all the money that flows in and out of your company? Is it possible that your business is losing cash at an accelerated rate without you being aware of it? You say your business is profitable, but you still find yourself with cash-flow problems. Continue reading