An integral part of growing your small business is assessing the variety of funding sources and identifying the best option.
Like a GPS for the car, accountants provide valuable directions and insights for small businesses.
Federal regulations are often complex and nuanced. Which ones do small businesses find the most confusing?
FASB’s long-awaited update to the lease accounting standard makes some significant changes to leasing requirements.
The Fostering Innovation Act of 2015 (H.R. 4139) extends a reporting exemption for emerging growth companies for an additional 10 years.
Small businesses must be careful of any new tax obligations that might arise as operations expand.
President Obama’s 2017 budget includes a proposal that helps small businesses offer retirement plans to employees.
The voice of small business within the U.S. federal government.
A primer on how small businesses can influence the regulatory process.
Qualified small businesses can expense, instead of capitalize, items of $5,000 or less, but they need acceptable financial statements.
Small business owners should know the financials behind their business. Accounting for the Numberphobic explains how they can learn.
New legislation allows only one registration approval for companies that want to raise up to $50 million in a year.
Even in family-owned businesses, proper internal controls are a necessary deterrent to fraud.
Organizational change management helps ensure that the human perspective isn’t overlooked when implementing significant changes.
The bill that makes permanent certain tax breaks for small businesses would add $79 billion to the budget deficit.
Software-as-a-Service applications provide small businesses with a number of major advantages over in-house solutions.
President Obama’s proposed 2016 fiscal budget includes several tax proposals that will affect small businesses.
DOL officials are waiting for the final report from the ERISA Advisory Committee.