FIGHTING INFLATION: TAKING A BUSINESS LOAN

Monday, June 27

Today I want to start a series on how small businesses like yours can fight inflation. Because I know that’s one of the top concerns for businesses across the country right now. But I’d also like to know… How’s your business faring? I’m genuinely interested in how things are going and what conc...


FINANCIAL CUSHION FOR HARD TIMES

Monday, June 27

Raise your hand if you’re still waiting on a response from the IRS about your refund. With the now 21.3 million returns piled up in the IRS’s inbox, it’s no wonder. Just last week, the IRS got an earful from the Taxpayer Advocate for the growing backlog of unprocessed returns. So, there are also ...


THERE IS NEVER A CONVENIENT TIME

Monday, June 20

Yeah, we all know that old adage about death and taxes (one with which I’m intimately familiar in my line of work). Yet so few people think to plan for either inevitability. We seem to have an obsession with avoiding them – and believe me, I get it. And I’m obviously deeply engaged on the “tax p...


OKAY, SHOW ME THE MONEY

Monday, June 20

SHOW ME THE… …payment methods! Try to come up with one thing that’s more important to your business than taking in revenue smoothly. Yeah, I couldn’t, either. And making sure that revenue is coming in becomes almost an obsession when you’re feeling the squeeze of inflation on your profit margins....


IF YOU HAVE TO FACE THE IRS ALONE

Monday, June 20

With the tax deadline firmly in the rearview, most people are enjoying pool time and picnics, free of the tax worries of springtime. (Though perhaps not free of all the inflation and stock market pressures we’re all currently facing. Hang in there.) But that’s not true of everyone. For some unlu...


WHEN THE CASH FLOW SLows

Tuesday, June 14

Because we’re talking cash flow management today… with a recession looming on the horizon and the effects of inflation being felt so hard in everyday life, it’s difficult not to freak out over what lies ahead for your investments. But, some think a recession might not be all that bad for small b...