The holidays can be an exciting or terrifying time for any size business. It is up to you to make the most of the holiday season and make it the most wonderful time of the year for you and your employees.
No matter the size of your small business, what your seasonal goals are, or if the holidays overwhelm you, don't let anything stop you from achieving all of your goals and enjoying the holidays as a business owner! At this point - many of you have already been planning or have already put into motion your sales and strategies for the holidays. But if you haven't yet, or you're having a hard time of it this year, don't panic. Breathe. Remember, you've got this! Kick-off this week with a strong cup of coffee, determination, and these tips to help get you through.
Don't Be A Scrooge!
You love what you do, that's why your company exists in the first place. No matter what holiday it is, don't let anything get in your way of enjoying a season that is good for your company. Take these tips and walk into the holidays ready to take on whatever comes your way.
It's so easy to splurge during the holidays, but don't forget that Thanksgiving is just one of many festive activities on your list over the next few weeks and months. You also might want to still have a few dollars left in the bank once the new years begins. So enjoy these tips on how to save a few dollars as you approach the holiday season.
I'm not sure about you, but Thanksgiving has always been one of my favorite holidays! Sitting around with your loved ones, celebrating the things you have to be thankful for, all topped off with an amazing plate (or two) stuffed full of amazing food, all ending with a nap? That sounds pretty perfect to me. It's so easy to want to buy the best foods, the best decorations, and the best little extra things to make these days special. But remember, you can still make Thanksgiving and every holiday special without breaking the bank. Just in time to start buying all of your favorite items to kick off the holiday season, here are a few tips on how to take care of your bank account while still celebrating the holidays in style!
The holidays can be overwhelming and expensive. But if you take the time to do a little extra research and planning, they certainly don't have to be. Use this list to help enjoy your holiday, let it be a little less stressful, and save some money while you're at it!
What happens if you are unable to pay your taxes on time? Are there other options for you? Don't panic, that is what we will be discussing!
Tax Day will be here on Wednesday, April 15, 2020, if we are ready or not. You can file your taxes as soon as you get all of your W2s, 1099s, and other tax forms from your employers. One of the perks of filing early is getting that prized tax return early. You should receive it within three weeks of filing. If you file your taxes sooner than most, you won't be fighting against the crush of everyone else who waited until the last moment to get everything filed. But what happens if you've filled out all your tax paperwork and you can't pay what you owe the IRS? What happens if you don't fill out your paperwork and file on time? Take a breath and let's review some options out there for you.
Not being able to pay your taxes can cause huge amounts of stress and panic, but try and not let it. Just make sure you are using the options and resources available to you. You will make it through this tax season, and many more to come! For more information and help from the IRS follow the link below!
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