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If You Follow the IRS Rules, Your Business Party or Event Can Be Tax Deductible

Business events and parties are a great way to celebrate and have fun, but they’re also great opportunities to market and promote your company or products, as well as build relationships and network with clients and associates to build your business. But business parties are not your ordinary business expense where the IRS is concerned. Uncle Sam is very strict with tax write-offs and has special rules when it comes to writing off entertainment expenses. Reporting them incorrectly can get your company into trouble with the IRS. […]

By | 2017-05-18T13:34:40+00:00 January 15th, 2014|Taxes|0 Comments

Evolution and Change Are Critical to the Longevity and Success of Your Business

The start of a new year is typically a time when people examine their lives and make resolutions for things they want to change or improve. This exercise is just as important, if not more so, for your business as it is for your personal life. Change is important for any organization to maintain its competitive edge. The business environment is constantly changing, so you need to be proactive in evolving your business to keep up with the trends. Many fear change, but embracing change can lead to new and exciting opportunities to improve your products, your processes, and your customer service. Taking a fresh look at your business and questioning why you do things the way you do can help you identify opportunities for growth and improvement. […]

By | 2017-05-18T13:34:40+00:00 January 7th, 2014|Business Growth|0 Comments