Category Archive: Financial & Tax Planning

Do Your Taxes Have Bad Breath?

Your taxes only end up stinking if you put them off till the last minute. Are are trying to back away from them but their stank is just ridic? They have no idea how bad their breath is! Especially when they eat the onion bagel with lox cream cheese! You’ll do anything to avoid their halitosis. Justin Krane offers a step by step plan on how to stay on top of your taxes.

By Justin Krane

Establish Business Credit This Year

You want an edge, right? How about making smart decisions? Choices that will create the type of success you want for your biz. You need to establish business credit. Ways you can borrow money for your business, not by your personal credit cards. Learn why you should you establish business credit and establish your business credit score.

By Justin Krane

Your BEST Financial Move: Owning a Business

One fact for all of us who live in the U.S. is that no matter what tax bracket we’re in, our taxes are likely going up. For some of us more than others. And man that gets some of us in a huff. I know when I got the news, I got all steamed up! And for a few minutes I started to fall into panic mode… you know, that feeling you get when you watch all the negative TV news. And then I took a deep breath and remembered: No matter what the circumstances are around me, I have an incredible tool to create my own income, and control my own outcome. I have my own business. There are so many financial benefits to starting a business, but let’s look at the three big ones.

By Ali Brown

How to Handle Debt As You Grow Your Business

Most of us have had debt, or are in it right now and desperately trying to get out of it. We want to grow our businesses, but we cower under “tough love” financial advice from advisors like Suze Orman.

By Ali Brown

Beware the Variable Annuity

Are you an entrepreneur? Wanna buy a variable annuity from your insurance salesman? Buyer beware. The devil is in the details.

By Justin Krane

A 401k for Your Employees?

A report issued last month by the U.S. Government Accountability Office highlighted that many employers aren’t really aware about the fees charged by retirement plan providers (the mutual funds). Justin offers some things to consider if you are an employer and you offer a 401k.

By Justin Krane

Inflation vs. You – Who Wins?

How much better would you feel if you weren’t consistently playing catch up with your money? Here are 6 things you need to address as a business owner when it comes to inflation.

By Justin Krane

Smart Ways to Manage Your Cash Flow for a Debt Free Business

As much as it’s a goal for many business owners to reach the six- or seven- figure money mark, it’s much more important to have a business that’s debt free, so that the profits you make are yours to keep. And to do that you need to manage your cash flow. Here’s how you can create a debt free business using proper cash flow techniques.

By Shannon Cherry

Get That Business Credit Card

A business credit card can help your business. As long as you can pay your bill in full, here are some of the advantages to having a business credit card.

By Justin Krane

Don’t Let Debt Get You Down

You start your business and there is so much investment in the beginning. You may need to buy a new computer, a new printer, perhaps new office equipment. Then you may need a new website, branding, logo design. Next you sign up for newsletter software, teleseminar services, customer relationship software. You do your best to learn everything you can and get clients as quickly as possible to keep up with all of the mounting expenses. But despite your best efforts, you just can’t keep up with all of the expenses.

By Monica Shah