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Optimize Your Revenue Mix for More Profits

Many small business owners focus on generating more revenue every year, and that’s a great objective. But not all revenue is created equally. If you sell more than one product or service in your business, then you can benefit from looking at your revenue mix.

Although it’s fun to watch our revenues grow, it’s the profit number that really matters. If your expenses grow faster than your profits, then you have a lot of activity going on, but you don’t get to keep as much of what you make, which is what really matters.

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Five Tips to Get Ready for a Pain-Free Tax Time

With the holiday season just around the corner, it’s a perfect time to get your financial records in order. Tax moves you make now can mean finding more “green” to spend on family gifts and festivities. Today our team at Bryant & Associates share five quick tips for you to feel more prepared about your financial status as you go into year-end.

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Five Best-Practice Accounts Payable Tips

Watching the cash balance is one of the most frequent activities of a small business owner. Besides making sure you have enough cash for payroll and bills, there is another huge opportunity you can benefit from: lowering the cost of processing your bills. It can be expensive and time-consuming to process bills and handle the paperwork involved. We’ll take a look at a couple of the many ways you can streamline your accounts payable processing costs in this article.

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Does the Affordable Care Act Affect Your Business?

As a business owner, it’s important to understand how the Affordable Care Act may affect your business. If your company is covered by the Fair Labor Standards Act, you must provide a written notice to your employees about the Health Insurance Marketplace by October 1, 2013.

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Missing Your W-2?

Did you get your W-2? These documents are essential to filling out most individual tax returns. You should receive a Form W-2, Wage and Tax Statement, from each of your

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Social Security Going Paperless

Starting in March 2013, Social Security benefits will begin sending paperless checks.  The Social Security Administration has taken steps to switch to paperless benefits, which is expected to save $300

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