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Choosing Between an LLC and an S Corporation

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Assessing which corporate structure to select for your business, both from a legal and operational perspective, is a key factor in setting up your company for success. Each of the distinct options have advantages and disadvantages in relation to taxes, … Continue reading

What is a DBA – Understanding the Pros and Cons

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Running a successful small business requires strategic planning and consideration of the cost-benefit tradeoffs of many decisions. One of these decisions includes your business structure and the name under which you will operate. This article provides a general overview of … Continue reading

Top 5 Year End Tax Planning Tips for Small Businesses

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year.  But, for small business owners, it can also be an overwhelming time. There are last minute deals to close, year-end bonuses to hand out, and holiday parties to plan. Amidst all of … Continue reading

What Healthcare Reform Could Mean for Your Small Business

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It should come as no surprise that decent health care benefits top the list as a priority for current job seekers.  According to an article on Fastcompany.com: “Just over three-quarters of U.S. workers prefer great health care packages over schedule … Continue reading

Payroll Setup – Avoiding Risk and Snafus

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Setting up payroll can be daunting. Get educated and avoid mistakes that can lead to risk for SMBs. Make sure your payroll is setup properly. The unique rewards of being a small business owner are what often draw people to … Continue reading

The Shifting Tide of Employee Evaluations and Reviews

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Juggling a multitude of responsibilities as a small business owner can quickly become overwhelming and exhausting. Among these, providing continual one-on-one feedback to employees is often one area that easily ends up neglected. Even managers with the best intentions find … Continue reading