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Bookkeeping 101: 30 Common Bookkeeping Terms

Bookkeeping has several benefits for small business owners. It can help you track your company’s profits or losses, and it can also help you remain organized. Thorough bookkeeping comes in handy if the IRS audits your company. If you are interested in bookkeeping, you’ll need to first know why it is important and you’ll need […]

Solid Bookkeeping for Solid Finances

Don’t have time for keeping the books on your business? Better think again. Practicing good bookkeeping can make all the difference between a business that succeeds and one that flounders in the doldrums. Here’s how solid bookkeeping practices can help your business realize solid finances year after year. Solid Bookkeeping Keeps Your Business On Track […]

1-800Accountant’s Savage Named a Glassdoor Top CEO in 2018

1-800Accountant CEO Michael Savage has received a 2018 Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Award honoring the Top CEOs in the category of small and medium-size businesses (SMB) in the U.S. Glassdoor, one of the world’s largest job and recruiting sites, annually recognizes CEOs rated highly by employees. Savage received an impressive 96% approval rating based on the […]

Popular Small Businesses by State

All across the country, entrepreneurs are starting, or thinking about starting, small businesses. Yet, the kinds of businesses these resourceful individuals are pursuing are as varied as a map of the United States. Bid on Equipment, the online marketplace, released an infographic last year that shows the kinds of businesses most popular with entrepreneurs and […]

The Benefits of a Tax Extension

There are all sorts of reasons why you may not be able to make your tax filing deadline. Despite your best attempts, circumstances beyond your control may have prevented you from doing so. And let’s face it: sometimes life just gets in the way. Fortunately, you can request an extension that gives you up to […]

Money Management Tips for College Freshmen

So you’re ready to begin the next chapter of higher learning… college. How exciting! But naturally, you’re also worried about making ends meet financially. After all, no matter how you slice it, school’s expensive. Here are some common-sense tips along with some lesser known opportunities for stretching your savings and getting a head start on […]

Equifax Data Breach: How Should Your Business React?

Between mid-May and July of 2017, a major data breach at Equifax – one of the nation’s three credit reporting agencies – exposed the personal information of approximately 143 million U.S. consumers. The stolen information includes names, Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses and driver’s license numbers. Also stolen were credit card numbers for several […]