In this episode of “Planning Priorities” Henssler Financial’s Chief Investment Officer, Troy Harmon, CFA, CVA, explains the three ways a privately held business can be valued.
When you sell your business to a family member, your objective may be to keep the business within the family and make it as easy as possible for your relative to make the purchase. When you sell your business to nonfamily, however, your primary objective may be to get the highest possible price for the…
You know you should have a budget. You’re aware that it can help you stay on track with your company’s income and expenses throughout the year. Maybe you’ve even tried to make one before, but you got discouraged by the mechanics or by the difficulty of estimating money in and out for the next 12…
The good news: Home-office deduction is still allowed for self-employed taxpayers. The bad news: It’s no longer available for employees, at least for 2018 through 2025. Read all about the changes in this week’s Business Tip.
We tease that the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was the employment act for accountants…it’s funny because it’s true, especially when it comes to choosing your accounting method for businesses. Find out why in this week’s Business Tip.
Have you “migrated to the cloud?” No, not your family photos or back up files—your small business accounting! Learn more in this week’s Business Tip.
Your temporary summer staff may be entitled to employee benefits if they work enough hours for your company. We explain in this week’s Business Tip.