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Digital Marketplaces: Accounting In The World Of E-Commerce Is Not As Simple As It Seems

If there were one word that has become more and more prevalent within the world of businesses, both large and small, over the past decade or so, it would have to be ‘diversification’. The rise of the Internet and the … Continue reading

Ecommerce Accounting for Beginners

Launching your online store can be a remarkable milestone for your businesses. You are ready to share your products with the world and you certainly worked hard to get there. Sadly enough, after the initial excitement has worn off, it … Continue reading

Ten Invaluable Accounting Tips For Any Small Business Owner

Let’s face it – for the average person, accounting hardly has the most stellar reputation. When it comes to the nitty gritty of crunching numbers, analyzing spreadsheets, and cross-referencing data, most business owners are not particularly keen to jump right … Continue reading

Dodging Pitfalls: How To Manage Your E-Commerce Business With Minimal Headaches

Entrepreneurs are quick to jump aboard the bandwagon when it comes to E-Commerce based business. To be fair, for many small or new organizations stepping into the E-Commerce realm, the basic finances required to get the company off the ground … Continue reading

Income Tax And Rental Properties: Some Things To Consider

With a population of close to three million, Chicago is America’s third largest city. In terms of the housing market, this translates into 1,194,337 households within the metropolitan limits, about half of Illinois’ grand total. Since the affordability of properties … Continue reading

E-Commerce Accounting

There are few things that make new business owners more uncomfortable than the prospect of keeping their finances in order. Add in the necessity for some form of E-commerce integration, or the fact that a staggering number of new enterprises, … Continue reading

Income Tax And Rental Properties: Some Things To Consider

With a population of close to three million, Chicago is America’s third largest city. In terms of the housing market, this translates into 1,194,337 households within the metropolitan limits, about half of Illinois’ grand total. Since the affordability of properties … Continue reading

QuickBooks And You: A Few Of Your Questions About This Excellent Accounting Software, Answered

Electronic Commerce: Otherwise known as ‘E-commerce’- a term for any type of business or commercial transaction that involves the transfer of information across the Internet.

Some Things You May NOT Know About Trump’s New Tax Plan

President Trump’s new tax plan, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, is a potent document that has spelled out great financial and economic changes for the United States’ and it’s residents. While many of our readers are familiar with some … Continue reading

Tax Brackets And You: How Will The New GOP Bill Influence The 2018 Tax Season?

With his larger-than-life personality and disregard for the status quo, it is impossible to deny that Donald Trump is one of the most divisive political figures throughout the history of our country. Like him or not, as president he has … Continue reading