Cloud Accounting: Delivering Critical Business Information in Real Time

Every successful business owner has his or her finger on the pulse. They know the key numbers. Not the numbers in last year’s accounts (which are outdated and redundant), but today’s numbers. To achieve this feat, many of these business owners leverage a cloud accounting system. Before we get into how you can benefit from…

Increased Tax Deduction for Georgia’s College Savings Program

On May 3, 2016, Governor Nathan Deal signed a bill into law, doubling the state tax deduction for joint filers who contribute to the Georgia Path2College 529 College Savings Plan. According to the plan’s executive director, Mitch Seabaugh, “This new law will incentivize families to save even more for their children’s and grandchildren’s future educational…

6 Last Minute Christmas Gift Books for the Business Owner

As a small business owner, there are so many resources out there for you to keep up with. Resources abound all over the Internet. So how do you determine which ones are worth your time? There are far too many good ones out there for us to list them all, but here are a few…

Switch from Using a Computer to your iPhone or iPad in 3 Steps

What do you use your laptop for, in your business? For tracking inventory? For keeping up with your employees and their schedules? For signatures and documentation? Whatever you use it for, you can do it all with your iPhone or iPad. But, how do you make this transition? Here are three practical ways to get…

Tax Essentials for Starting Your Own Company

To get your business off to a solid start, you’ll need to have the basics down. Investigating the market, having a realistic business plan, securing enough capital, and choosing the right location are must-dos. Knowing your business tax obligations is vital, too. Things can get complicated when it comes to taxes – but the following…

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