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Time to Plan!

There is always a reason or an excuse not to plan, 'too early', 'too late', 'not enough time', are common ones. It is never too early or too late to start planning. And if you do not have enough time, it's time to make the time. You cannot afford not to! The end of the year, busy and full as it is, is a good time to start planning. Click title or image to learn more about how you can finish the year strong by getting some plans going. 

January Tax Due Date Is Approaching

Businesses have to adhere to a strict tax schedule, and January 31 is a red-letter date. A variety of filings are due. Click title or image for an overview of your business tax responsibilities as the year draws to a close.

A Tax Checklist for Small Businesses

As the year approaches its end, business managers should consider the various tasks they need to address in order to square things with the IRS in their businesses and personal lives. Click title or image for a summary to help you get organized.

What to Know About End-of-Year Tax Prep

In the coming weeks, taxpayers will be getting various documents needed to prepare their annual income tax returns. Click title or image for some tips on organizing your papers to make the process easier as we approach April 15.

Succession Planning 101: What Is Your Exit Plan?

Planning your exit is not what is on your mind when you open a business. But the truth is that you plant the seeds of your exit the day you open your doors. Click title or image, for tips on keeping your business running after you're gone.

8 Types of Insurance — and 8 Reasons You Need Them

Life will throw you a curve ball — there’s no question about that. Whether you’ll have insurance when it does is another matter entirely. And while most people know that insurance is important, not everyone knows the different types of insurance out there and how they can help. Click title or image to learn more. 

Do Nonprofits Need Insurance?

Just like for-profit entities, nonprofits also need insurance. But obtaining coverage for a nonprofit is an often-overlooked step. Click title or image to find out what kind of insurance your company needs.

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