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Does Your Small Business Need a CRM?

Have you ever stayed at a hotel and then returned, finding that they have stocked your room with everything you asked for the last time you were here? Your special allergenic pillow was already waiting for you, you were asked if you would like a dinner reservation made just like you always do the first […]

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Top Small Business Accounting Firm Tax Questions You Should Ask

It’s important to get to know a small business tax accounting firm before you choose to become their client, and it’s just as important for the firm to know you and your business. At Bryant and Associates, P.C. in Lincoln, we understand that when you walk in for an initial consultation you want to know […]

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The IRS Audit Survival Kit by Lincoln CPA’s

Well, you’ve filed your taxes to the best of your abilities and you thought you did everything correctly, but now you’ve gotten that notorious letter in the mail that every Lincoln small business owner wishes they could avoid—you’re being audited by the IRS, and you wonder what you should do next. Our team of small business […]

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Bryant & Associates’ Lincoln Tax Tips for Contract Workers

Being self-employed is hard work, and our Lincoln accounting professionals at Bryant & Associates, P.C. want you to know that there are steps you can take as a self-employed worker to make your tax accounting processes easier. This requires some legwork and preparation, of course, but with the right knowledge and an accounting partner like […]

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Bryant & Associates Discusses Small Business Tax Debt

Here at Bryant & Associates, P.C., our team of Lincoln certified public accounting specialists wants small business owners to be aware of their responsibilities when it comes time to file taxes. Many think the Internal Revenue Service spends all its time watching big corporations to make sure they’re crossing all their T’s and dotting their […]

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Are You Working with the Right Tax Accountant?

Are you thinking about hiring a new accountant for your taxes this year, but not sure if they’re right for your needs? Well, there is no such thing as a perfect tax preparer, but there is one who’s just right for your needs. The tax experts at Bryant & Associates, PC have gathered the questions […]

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How to Have a Positive Relationship with your Tax Accountant

Here at Bryant & Associates P.C., a full-service tax service for small businesses, we understand the importance of having a good relationship between a client and a tax accountant. You should not just call your accountant once a year around tax time–the relationship should be cultivated from month to month if not more. Bryant & […]

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Accounting Software

4 Reasons to Use Accounting Software

Are you a small business that is unsure whether you should begin using accounting software? Our accounting experts at Bryant & Associates located in Lincoln, NE, think it’s absolutely important that you do use software. We understand change is hard and if you’ve been running your business manually instead of electronically for the last 20 […]

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4 Tax Rules to Keep in Mind for Year-End Bonuses

Let’s start with a hypothetical: 2014 has been a fantastically profitable year so far for your business, and you want to include your staff in the company’s good fortunes with year-end bonuses. The first option that comes to mind is cutting your workers a check to reward them for their hard work this past year, […]

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Charitable Giving Tax Deductions for Small Businesses

As a leading CPA firm in Lincoln, Nebraska, Bryant & Associates, P.C. knows that tax time can be confusing for many business owners. As we enter the new tax season, many small business owners start thinking about the best ways to give to charitable organizations. In fact, around 75% of business owners on average choose […]

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