Entrepreneurs Cashing Out in 2012

Inc.: According to data collected from, online business-for-sale marketplace, acquisitions for the first quarter of 2012 were the highest they’ve been since 2008. Bloomberg reports that although the company-for-sale business is not back to pre-recession levels, the increase is a positive indicator. “While we are not out of the woods yet, economic factors are […]

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Are You Ready For Taxes?

We’ve rung in the new year, and now it is time to get ready for tax season again. The Internal Revenue Service announced that taxes for the 2011 year will be due April 17, 2012. The date was pushed back two days because the traditional 15th falls on a Sunday. Monday is Emancipation Day, which

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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 not you have already completed your taxes, Entrepreneur has three mistakes you should pay close attention to. 1. Poor record keeping. Don’t rely on your memory alone. Sloppy record keeping is the most

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5 Tax Deductions To Remember

As a small business owner, it is important to make sure you are claiming all of the tax deductions that you deserve. The Huffington Post has created a list of ten tax deductions that are often overlooked. If you haven’t filed your taxes yet, check out the five deductions below and see if you qualify.

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Tackling Small Business Taxes

Just preparing for tax season can feel a little daunting. The process can be complex and downright confusing. According to Westfair Online, the IRS just wants to help small businesses understand what they need to do. One of the chief improvements is a special website, This is a great place to give yourself a

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