“…Society has drummed into our heads that wanting wealth is a bad thing, one that will drive you to behave in ways that are unethical, corrupt and morally bankrupt.” The appeal of being a small business owner is usually twofold: being your own boss, and making lots of money…no? Okay, there may be other factors here and there, but when …
Studies have shown that over 60% of all families in the United States own a pet, and pets aren’t cheap. The cost of basic food, supplies, medical care, and training for a dog or cat often runs $700 to $875 annually. Add to that surgeries, grooming, kennel boarding, and miscellaneous costs, and you may end up spending $10,000 or more to keep your pet healthy and happy throughout its life.
An old quote says real estate and arithmetic are acquired together. The two also go together when figuring the tax consequences of selling property.
One of the first decisions you face as a new business owner is whether or not to incorporate the business. The biggest advantage of incorporating is limitation of your liability.