woman book keeping

All small business owners should have a set of books that record the business’s financial position, operating results, and cash inflows/outflows. For very small and extremely simple businesses, a spreadsheet might work. However, for the overwhelming majority of my small business clients (especially those organized as LLC’s and corporations) a spreadsheet will not cut it…. [Read More].

older man and young man having argument in office

In the past two or three years (which interestingly coincides with the Covid pandemic), I have received more frequent inquiries from clients seeking legal and tax advice regarding problematic situations among owners of multi-member LLCs. Though the specifics of these scenarios differ greatly, typically a well-drafted operating agreement could have prevented much of the dissatisfaction… [Read More].

winter landscape

Because the vast majority of small businesses operate on the cash basis of accounting (meaning that expenses are deducted when paid), it can be critical from a tax standpoint whether a transaction occurs on December 31 versus January 1. Generally, a transaction that occurs on December 31 (i.e. before the calendar year closes) is reportable… [Read More].

Understanding the Increase IRS Budget in 2022

Let’s be honest—most taxpayers do not want to pay higher taxes. However, recent polls show that Americans want the government to do more, such as implementing long-overdue improvements to infrastructure (i.e., roads, bridges, and water systems), providing a living wage to federal employees/contractors, improving our immigration process, establishing better security at our borders, and ensuring… [Read More].

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