It's every taxpayer's worst fear, but it doesn't have to be if you're honest and you stick with these tax-prep basics.
This year, resolve to take charge of your business spending.
With careful planning, and good record-keeping, you really can combine business and leisure.
Your waistline probably can't afford an extra cookie before bedtime. Your business probably can't afford these four budget busters, either.
The expenses that go with operating an office feel like they're very set, but if you're willing to think outside the box, there are some ways to reduce the money you spend.
There is a predator in your office. One that is costing you hundreds -- if not thousands -- of dollars per year. That predator is standby power.
As the economy rebounds, more and more businesses are going to start seeing profits. When you're in that position, how can you best put that money to good use?
Not all legal fees are immediately tax deductible. The tax treatment of legal fees usually depends on what you incur them for.
Eking out the last 10% is still possible without causing major changes to how individual departments or work groups interact with each other.
If you're in the market for a new vehicle that you plan to use at least in part for business, you'll want to make certain decisions before you shop.
When times are tough, finding ways to squeeze cash out of your business may mean the difference between survival and failure. Here are a few ideas to stimulate your cash flow.
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