Real estate prices have cooled off in many parts of the country. In some areas, values are actually dropping after reaching all-time highs in the middle of last year. Even so, real property is still probably a wise investment over the long haul. But what about taxes? That’s always a question, right?
The notion that accounting is the language of business has been around for decades, but the concept grew in popularity after a CNBC interview with Warren Buffett. Learn more about how accounting tells a story for business owners that often leads to success down the line.
Increasing small business revenue as an owner can feel like another task on a long list of essential tasks. Working with a business financial consultant allows you to implement proven strategies that help your organization thrive.
As a contractor, accounting can feel daunting and somewhat overwhelming among all your key responsibilities. Allow us to break down the complexities and provide insight into how monthly reconciliation can make accounting for contractors simpler.
When deciding who to bring on to help your business navigate through the present and future, you’ll likely have to decide between a business consultant and a financial advisor. Read this article to learn the differences between the two.
Allow 4Corner Business Services in Denver, CO to provide you with a monthly checklist of all the accounting tasks you or your accountant should be doing to keep your small business running smoothly.
From understanding how to do a bank reconciliation to actually how to do a bank reconciliation, we’ve given you the inside scoop so you can fearlessly face the upcoming year.
Allow 4Corner Business Services in Denver, CO to help you understand what accounting and bookkeeping services you need to keep your small business not only running smoothly, but thriving.
Growing your business long term can be challenging. Working with a business growth consultant allows you to realize the potential of your organization, consolidates costs, and focuses your company’s mindset.
Tax season for independent contractors can get complicated fast if expenses and income aren’t monitored monthly. Learn more about the value of monthly bookkeeping for contractors, what is bookkeeping, and tax help for independent contractors.
If you’re not aware of the particular ways that realtors and real estate agents get paid (or expect to be paid), payroll can be a nightmare. Luckily, here at 4Corner, we are dedicated to finding financial solutions for companies of all sizes and types, and we can help you ensure that the payroll service you choose for your real estate business will serve your needs.
You see your doctor for your health or take your car to the mechanic when it’s not working, so why wouldn’t you trust your small business financials to the accounting experts? Hiring a business accountant who understands tax laws, financial planning, and all the ins and outs of operating a business could save you time, major headaches, and even money in the long run.
Addressing the financial aspect of your business is a key component to growth, and is often seen as the most difficult part of small business ownership. Going in to the New Year is the perfect time to review the business goals you have set for the upcoming year and to take stock of your business financial goals.
Payroll might not be the first thing that jumps to mind when you think about making your construction business more efficient and cost-effective, but the truth is that payroll is one of the easiest places for mistakes to be made and time to be wasted.
Being a real estate agent can be both rewarding and challenging. It’s a great feeling to connect someone with their dream home or property, but running your own real estate business involves managing a lot of moving parts, including bookkeeping. Thankfully, real estate bookkeeping doesn’t have to be challenging.
Keeping up with payroll, expenses, taxes, and profits can be challenging for any company, but contractors and small construction businesses have an increased hurdle when it comes to bookkeeping. Your construction company has to deal with a lot of moving parts – making your bookkeeping a lot more complex than it is for most other businesses.
4Corner Business Service recommends that blue-collar business owners set up their companies as either an LLC or an S Corp. You are probably asking yourself, “What is an LLC?” and “what is an S Corp?” Great questions. Learn more about the differences and which option may be best for general contractors.
Accounting can be a complex topic for anyone, especially when it comes to tax preparation, but for small business owners, keeping on top of your finances is something that demands attention year-round.
As a small business owner, managing your own finances can be overwhelming. The good news is that you don’t need to be a math wizard in order to manage the accounting needs of your small business.
Your business structure can affect everything from your everyday expenses and yearly taxes to your personal legal liability. Whether you’re just forming your business or wondering if your current business structure is right for you, it’s important to understand the unique tax benefits and considerations each business structure offers.
April 15th is a day we are all familiar with…Tax Day. But for businesses, there is no official “tax day;” when it comes to taxes, business owners know that taxes require attention throughout the year.
The 4Corner team is well-versed in working side-by-side with our clients’ existing business accounting software or helping companies choose a platform to help them reach financial goals. If you’re not sure which software is right for your business, read what our accounting software consultants have to say about some of the most popular platforms on the market.
From dealing with 1099s to looking for ways to maximize your deductions, tax season can be overwhelming. That’s where a business accountant can help.
To help you avoid overpaying on your taxes this year, 4Corner Business Services’ tax experts put together a list of 6 of the most common ways small businesses can save money on taxes.
“Will my taxes change?” Biden tax changes include a proposed series of tax reforms that, over the next 10 years, would raise taxes on corporations and individuals earning more than $400,000 and lower taxes for lower-income taxpayers.
April 15, 2021. Tax Day. It may seem far away, but now is the time to develop a tax planning strategy. Tax planning is an important step for businesses and offers several benefits including saving you money.
For some business owners, the topic of taxes is pretty overwhelming and they aren’t sure where to begin. A tax consultant is a tax professional who has credentials and can give advice on tax planning, helping to make the business tax filing process much easier.
Accounting software isn’t one-size-fits-all. If you’re not an accountant yourself, it can be difficult to choose the right accounting software and use it to its full potential.
Keeping up with payroll, expenses, profits, and taxes is a full-time job. As a small business owner, you already have enough to keep up with – why not take your business’ day-to-day financial needs off of to your to-do list?
Payroll is much more than simply paying your employees. The process is complex and subject to ever-changing state, federal, and local laws. When payroll isn’t handled by an expert, it’s easy to fall prey to some common mistakes that have costly consequences.
Denver announced the details of its business relief program, including $7,500 grants, on Wednesday for eligible small businesses with a focus on the certain retail, healthcare, and manufacturing industries.
On March 18 Congress passed and the President signed the new “Families First Coronavirus Response Act”. One element of the Act requires all employers, of any size, to post employee notice after enactment Notice of the benefits of the Act.