Whether you’re opening the doors to your business or 20 years into the swing of things, you may be considering a loan. One option is a loan through the Small Business Administration (SBA) if you have a small business. But, what is an SBA loan? And, how do you complete an SBA loan application? Let’s […]Read More 7 Steps on How to Apply for an SBA Loan
The digital world is changing a lot. So, you’re probably wondering how to change with it, especially when it comes to your business. And, that may make you think about the latest buzz in finance—cryptocurrency.Read More Cashing in on Crypto: Your Guide to Crypto Payments and Accounting
Notices from the IRS are enough to stop you in your tracks. If you receive what is known as a lock-in letter, you need to take action. Don’t panic, though. Lock-in letters are easy to resolve and prevent in the future. Keep reading to learn more about lock-in letters, what they mean, and what you […]Read More You Received a Lock-in Letter—Now What?
Running a business means juggling a variety of financial reports, like your company’s trial balance and general ledger. With so many reports to look through, you may be asking yourself, What do these reports mean, and how do I use them? Take a look at the difference between general ledger vs. trial balance and how […]Read More The Skinny on General Ledger vs. Trial Balance
New York began offering coronavirus paid leave in response to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. The New York State Department of Labor (NYS DOL) updated and expanded New York COVID leave guidelines in January 2021. If you’re an employer in New York, read on to learn more about the state’s COVID leave expansion.Read More The Rundown on New York COVID Leave for Employers
As a business owner, there are two important things you want to keep—time and money. That’s why you need to create a budget and stick to it. But, budget challenges are common and can pop up throughout the year.Read More 5 Budget Challenges and How to Tackle Them
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) ended its Payroll Audit Independent Determination (PAID) program on January 29, 2021. And if you participated in the program, you may have a lot of questions. So, what does the end of the PAID program mean for you and your business?Read More Department of Labor Ends PAID Program: What This Means for Your Small Business