“The quickest path to getting big in a new market is to aim small.”
If you are trying to finance a new business venture, you might want to check into an online option known as “crowdfunding.”
It has been said that if fraud were a country, it would be the fifth most productive country in the world.
What’s your definition of basis? When it comes to your taxes, you might think of the amount you paid for an asset, such as your home or a security, less certain adjustments.
If you’ve been searching for ways to fund a business project, you’ve probably come across an online option known as “crowdfunding.”
We often consider the end goal of our working lives to be about making money. After all, money is necessary to improve our quality of life and take care of families and ourselves. But studies repeatedly demonstrate that monetary gain is only a small part of what it means to have a quality work life.
For better or worse, habits formed during the early years of college often harden into long-term lifestyles. This is especially evident in the area of finances.
When you borrow from your 401(k), you become both a borrower and a lender. Whether that’s a good idea depends on your personal financial situation – and in the process of making the decision about lending money to yourself, you may have questions regarding the tax consequences.
If you’re the owner or manager of a small business, you’ve undoubtedly felt the pain of this economy’s ever-so-slow recovery. Demand for your products or services may have dwindled and when revenues are down, businesses need to adjust by tightening their belts.
As the owner of an S corporation trying to determine a reasonable salary to pay yourself, the question is important — and difficult to answer. The reason: At present, there are no specific regulations, safe-harbor provisions, or minimum wage requirements.
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