Taxes 101: How Long to Keep Business Tax Records?
Whether your business uses hard copies or paperless methods for record keeping, it can be challenging finding a place for your business records. But the fact of the matter is that different business records—tax or otherwise—have to be kept for different amounts of time, according to the periods of limitations. So, what exactly is a […] Read More
Why is Accounting Important in Business?
Implementing accounting strategies in your business will help you avoid IRS audits and keep you up to date on the company’s financial health. But it can be a major source of stress for business owners of a small business, a corporation, or a governmental service. Accounting techniques will differ from industry to industry. You may […] Read More
How Do You File for Bankruptcy in Virginia?
In many cases, filing for bankruptcy is one of the most stressful financial issues with which a person can be confronted. Even before COVID-19, many people would ask us: “How do you file for bankruptcy in Virginia?” because it’s a complicated process. With the help of a TPI Group tax attorney in Virginia, filing for […] Read More
6 Ways of Protecting Your Business from Financial Loss
Financial fraud is on the rise. As a business owner, you need to do everything in your capacity to protect your business from such risks. Poor business decisions, mismanagement, and failure to take fraud seriously can lead to great monetary loss for your company. But there are ways to prevent fraud from penetrating your business. […] Read More
10 Reasons Your Business is Losing Money
Realizing that your business is losing money rather than making it can be a harrowing moment, especially if you don’t understand what you’re doing wrong—but finding the reason (or reasons) for your money loss is the essential first step in stanching the flow of cash from your coffers. Bookkeeping woes have long kept business owners […] Read More
Do You Know How the New Tax Bill Will Affect Your Business?
There was a lot of hoopla about the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act for 2018. When anything changes, people are wary and when money is involved, people become anxious. It’s understandable, but people are adaptable and will come to work with the new bill’s changes. It’s important to remember in the coming year to […] Read More
ACA Update Information for High Income Individuals
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (commonly called ACA or Obamacare) continues to bring changes to the health insurance industry. The open enrollment period starts on November 15, 2014 and runs until February 15, 2015. By the end of the enrollment period, most individuals (U.S. Citizens and legal residents) younger than 65, must have […] Read More