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Great Free Ways to Market Your Small Business

When you start up a new business, you have dreams of being successful and making huge profits. Many new owners struggle with how to promote their new business without breaking their budget. Following are some tips to market your business that are free of charge.

Newspaper Feature Articles

Does your area have a small local paper – or even a free circular – that regularly runs feature articles on new businesses? Call them and ask them to consider your new venture for a… Continue

Posted on October 15, 2010 at 10:32am

Quarterly Estimated Taxes Simplified

As a business owner, the IRS requests that you file quarterly estimated taxes (Form 1040-ES). As an employee, taxes are usually withheld from every paycheck, so the final April 15th burden is spread out over the year, before the money is ever enjoyed or spent. Owners do not typically have this luxury of spreading the burden out. So the IRS has tried to make it “easier” for owners to pay their taxes.

You will owe the taxes come April 15th, and if you are unable to pay them in full,…


Posted on October 15, 2010 at 10:30am — 1 Comment

Which Business Category is Right for You?

It’s exciting to open a small business. You have passion for your product or service, and motivation to work hard to make it successful. It may be tempting to dive in head first and leave some of the details for later. However, how you classify your business up front will affect you in may ways down the road. If you’re confused about whether you should consider sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation, or limited liability corporation (LLC), here are some of the advantages and…


Posted on October 15, 2010 at 10:30am

Preparing for the Unexpected in Your Small Business

A small business typically runs on a tight budget. You have probably created a budget based on known expenses versus expected income. If you’re ahead of the game, you likely have a slush fund stashed away for a rainy day. But what exactly might that rainy day be? Will you be prepared, or could it devastate all you’ve worked so hard to gain?

We all know that financial advisors tell the average person to keep a fund equivalent to at least six months of salary for emergencies. Do you…


Posted on October 14, 2010 at 1:30pm

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Started by David Jones in Tax & Accounting Jun 30, 2016.

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Intro 5 Replies

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Started by Demelza in Introduce Yourself. Last reply by Pat Mckemy Jan 14, 2014.



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