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Bitcoins for Beginners: An In-Depth Guide

Bitcoins are a type of cryptocurrency that was first brought into the market in 2009. It's purpose was to provide the option of making transactions with a smaller transaction fee compared to other physical or online transaction methods, such as banks. However, it is now being considered an asset due to its outrageous market cap.
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Best Benefit Alternatives for Small Businesses

Given the lengthy duration of the COVID-19 pandemic, employers are looking for new and innovative ways to keep their employees happy by providing various benefit packages. But finding the right mix is not an easy task, especially for owners of small businesses.
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3 of the Best Retirement Savings Alternatives to a 401(k) Plan

From Individual Retirement Accounts, to Health Savings Accounts, to Malta Pension Plans, we look at three of the best alternatives to 401(k) plans.
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Cash Flow Forecast: What Business Owners Need to Know

Cash flow is the livelihood of any business. Follow this guide to learn why you should be utilizing a cash flow forecast to help you manage your business's spending and profits.
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How to Properly Calculate Your Income Tax

Governments impose a tax on income generated by individuals or businesses. This is called an income tax. It is important to learn to calculate your tax correctly.
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ULIP: What Is It, How Does It Work, and Is It Right for You?

In this post, we answer the question, "What is a ULIP?"  Then we discuss how it works and leave you with the information to decide if it's right for you.
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Want to Be Your Own Boss? Some Basic Tax Tips for Freelancers

Are you preparing to make the move from being an employee to being your own boss? One thing that will change if you become a freelancer is the way you do your taxes. In this post, we have some basic tax tips for you.

Paying Your Fair Share: A Brief Guide to Paying Taxes as a Freelancer

If you’re currently in the process of moving from a full-time job into becoming a freelancer, you’re probably experiencing changes in every aspect of your life. The way you file taxes is also changing. Instead of having taxes deducted from your income, you now must navigate paying taxes as a business owner. Most people have the same questions about getting started on paying freelancer taxes. Here are some of the most common ones.

Adding Up the Numbers: Managing Your Money When You’re Self-Employed

Being self-employed has many benefits, and the freedom of being your own boss is only one of them. But managing your money is often one of the trickiest parts of self-employment, and many newly self-employed people struggle. Here are some tips to help you make the most of your finances and manage your money better when you become self-employed.

Starting A Business? First Things First

Starting a business is fun and exciting. Stepping out into the world by yourself and playing by your own rules is something many people...

Why Leasing May Beat Out Buying a New Ride

As a business owner, saving up for a new vehicle for commercial use can be absolutely, and unnecessarily, stressful. You have the decision to...

Fixed Deposits for Best Returns: Choosing the Right Company

Fixed deposits have always been popular with consumers due to the several benefits that they offer. The underlying financial principle is simple: Place your...

Why There’s No Review Site for Doctors

NY Times: For all the debate about which Web sites have the best model for reliable reviews — paid or unpaid, anonymous or...

Three Common Tax Errors

Tax season is never enjoyable. It usually involves a lot of time, something many small business owners do not have. Whether or...

Making The Most Of Tax Time

As we prepare to pay the federal government their share of our business income, now is a good time to look at some of...

McDonald’s Franchise Owner Sentenced In Payroll Tax Case

Bizjournals.com: A Minnesota man and McDonald’s franchisee was sentenced in federal court Tuesday for failure to pay $627,437.41 in federal employment taxes, the U.S. Department...

Paying With Your Phone Catches On

Phones are the new credit cards says the San Jose Mercury News. Meyer Malka walked up to the counter of a crowded Palo Alto...

Oregon Overcomplicates Entrepreneurship for Unemployed

Oregon is trying to get people who are receiving unemployment to start a business. Because it's a government program, though, it's a bit...

Oregon Helps The Unemployed Start Their Own Business

While this is not directly connected to mom-entrepreneurship, this is a great example of what our government can do for those of us that...

Seven Tax Tips for Businesses and Self-Employed Individuals

The following guest post is by Bernard B. Kamoroff, C.P.A. and is excerpted from the 2009 Edition of Mr. Kamoroff's book 422 Tax Deductions...