Tag Archives: accounting

6 Things to Outsource to Save You Money This Year

Most small businesses start out on a budget and the small business owner tries to save money wherever they can, which means doing a lot of tasks themselves.  This can seem like cost savings at the time but in truth it can cost the business a lot of money in the long run.  Here are… Read More »

What you need to know about the new 1099-NEC

If you own a business or are a freelancer/subcontractor to businesses, you are most likely very familiar with the 1099-MISC form.  This form has been used for the past 30+ years to report certain payments including payments to subcontractors, freelancers, service providers, landlords and attorneys. As if there haven’t been enough changes in 2020, there… Read More »

When An Expense Isn’t An Expense

  As business owners and freelancers, we pay a lot of different vendors for a lot of different things.  Most of these payments wind up on our Profit & Loss / Income Statement as expenses.  But there are a few that do not.  And these are usually the ones I get asked about.  “Why isn’t… Read More »

5 Reasons You Should Take Time Off

“I haven’t had a vacation in years.”, is a sentence I’ve heard many clients and potential clients state throughout the years I’ve been in business.  As a small business owner myself, I understand how difficult it can be, especially if you are a one-person operation, to take time off.  You feel guilty that you’re thinking… Read More »