Optimizing Productive Time for You and Your Rockledge Team

How many times have you started work early -- and the next thing you knew it was 4PM ... and your instant reaction was: I haven't made any progress today on my most important stuff ?If you're like the rest of us: quite a few times -- and maybe "most of the...

Four Non-Bank Options for Small Business Financing

When many people start a business, they do so using their own resources and funds. And there can be great wisdom to this ... retaining control, a more lucrative exit, etc.But it also puts your own personal resources on the line, and there are greater risks, as well as...

The Advantage a C Corporation Holds for Rockledge Businesses

Now that 2018 extended returns for businesses are truly put to bed now, we can turn our gimlet eye on 2019.And one thing that might be worth discussing is your operating entity.A quick rundown on business structures is never bad, ESPECIALLY when tax laws change and...

The Role Of The Rockledge Business Owner

We just finished all of the extended returns for our business owner clients, and today I'm feeling particularly grateful.Because over the past few weeks and months, I've been reminded of how important our work is. Not because "taxes and accounting" are inherently...

Three Overlooked Ways To Control Costs In Your Rockledge Business

I don't know about you, but my Facebook newsfeed is FILLED with so-called experts slinging around big revenue numbers in their business to grab my attention, and get me to sign up for their stuff.But, see ... I'm an accountant.And I know the truth: Revenue means...

Cash vs. Accrual Accounting: Two Main Differences For Rockledge Businesses To Consider

I have seen plenty of Rockledge businesses get into hot water because they were using the wrong method to track their cash.Yep, today, let's talk accounting. :)Specifically, whether your business should operate as CASH or operate as ACCRUAL. Cash is a great option to...

How You’re Missing Legal Tax Deductions

Here’s a certain truth: the State and Federal Government would love to have more of your hard-earned money in their accounts. Sure, even though it’s painful, none of us begrudge paying our legal and fair share of taxes.

But the problem is that regular taxpayers, like you, are missing out on legal and safe deductions, to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars in unclaimed refunds every year!