Accessing Your Small Business Success

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Accessing Your Small Business Success

A couple of years ago, I decided to abandon a long, unsuccessful job search. After many months of desperately looking for the perfect job, I chose to start a home based business. Because I’d never been an entrepreneur before, I was more than a little anxious. I was excited as well. Thankfully, I’ve enjoyed success in my new business venture. At the end of every month and year, I carefully analyze my revenues. Because I have a background in accounting, I know how to calculate various financial statement ratios that help me determine how my business is doing on many different levels. If you’re a struggling small business owner, consider hiring an accountant to help you access the success of your business. On this blog, you will learn the types of consulting services an accountant can offer a small business owner.


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If you have no dependents and are single, then filing your taxes is pretty straightforward, especially if you take the standard deduction. When you receive income from a side business too, that complicates matters because you have to pay business taxes. If this is the first year you've added business income to your return, then you may want to let an accountant figure your taxes for you so you don't make any mistakes that get you in trouble with the IRS. Read More 

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