Being an efficient CEO involves a lot more than just “having a vision” or “barking orders.” Learn the three “P’s” of great leadership in this week’s Business Tip.
Let’s be clear. Business losses are allowed in 2018. “Excessive business losses” are treated as net operating losses. Learn more in this week’s Business Tip.
Entertaining clients is going to get much more expensive for businesses thanks to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Maybe hold off on buying those concert tickets for your client. Read all about it in this week’s Business Tip.
As a small business owner, if you have qualified business income, you may qualify for a nice tax break thanks to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. We explain in this week’s Business Tip.
If you are a business owner and you are also the chief innovator and top salesman, you may want to consider how this might negatively affect your future. We explain in this Business Tip.
The tax reform law didn’t outlaw business losses. It just limits your losses. Excess losses are treated as a net operating loss (NOL) and carried forward to the next year’s return. We explain in this week’s Tax Tip.
As a business owner, your people are a great investment. Consider keeping your employees healthy and happy with a wellness program. We explain in this week’s Business Tip.