Download the straight-forward, easy-to-read Guide to Small Business Tax Prep in any industry. Finally, a practical resource that explains how to get the most out of your business Federal tax return in a way that’s conversational, approachable and achievable. Why download this guide? So much more than a bulleted list of links and forms, this… Read more »
Contending with taxes can be a headache for small business owners, especially when the new year brings in a lot of additions and alterations to the tax code. Having a strong grasp of what’s different for filing your business taxes in 2017 means you’re more informed and can make better decisions about doing them yourself,… Read more »
Tax season is officially here. For such an important task that every business owner must address, filing taxes can be exceptionally complicated. Because of the difficult-to-navigate tax landscape, billions of dollars in penalties are issued to small businesses every year, Bloomberg reported. Fortunately, you can keep your company safe from IRS fines simply by being… Read more »
[siteorigin_widget class=”SiteOrigin_Widget_Video_Widget”][/siteorigin_widget] Most business owners need to acquire equipment sooner or later for their business. It could be for replacement, to upgrade or to expand. It’s always a question how to pay for it, though. Sure you can purchase outright, but that takes cash. And it’s more difficult than ever to try to get a… Read more »
Is That Tax Deductible? National Funding is committed to helping small business owners expand their businesses. This video will introduce you to the fundamentals of small business taxes. Through case-by-case scenarios, you’ll learn how to identify deductible expenses for your own business. >> HOST: Welcome to “Is That Deductible?” [Game show music] >> HOST: A game where… Read more »
Filing taxes after the first year of business shouldn’t be too overwhelming for owners.
Leasing equipment can provide significant benefits over depreciation.
Construction firms can save money and prepare for the busy summer months or the slow winter months with a working capital loan and/or by leasing their equipment.
With sound marketing, supply chain optimization, equipment financing and alternative lending, small businesses can grow into big ones.
Small businesses need to ensure they’re getting financial help from every corner, which makes it surprising that so few signed up for the health insurance tax credit.