Accounting Blog Posts

Information and commentary related to finances, taxes, and the IRS.

Your Taxes Are Done: Now What?

I realize that tax season is officially on its way out, and taxes are probably the last thing anyone wants to think about. But, as any long-time entrepreneur will tell you, taxes are an aspect of your business you just can’t escape. When you run a business, you always have to watch out for how… Read the full article.

How Losing The Super Bowl Could Cost Peyton Manning More Than A Ring

When Peyton Manning leads the Denver Broncos onto the field at Super Bowl XLVIII, he’ll be playing to cap a record-breaking regular season. He’ll be playing to cement his legacy as one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time. He’ll be playing to silence his critics (and maybe even his baby brother). But, according to… Read the full article.

Startup Costs for a Business: Licenses, Insurance and More

When most people think of running their own business, their minds go from thinking of the initial idea all the way to sitting in an office with the money steadily rolling in. While that would be ideal for life to work out the way, neglecting the middle steps can be a big reason why new… Read the full article.

Celebrating an Early Spring: Small Business News – March 11-15, 2013

“Now is the winter of our discontent.” – John Steinbeck. It’s certainly been a long economic winter for the U.S. and across the globe. But signs of life are poking up everywhere, even in the week before spring officially begins. 

How to Succeed in Business (With a Whole Lot of Trying) Small Business News – February 25 – March 1, 2013

Ever have one of those days where everyone wants you to succeed? No? Well, you’re in luck. Every news item on BuildMyBiz this past workweek was focused on helping you save money, achieve work/life balance, master social media, launch a lucrative startup, or make more sales.