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Accounting, Bookkeeping, and Tax Info for Creatives, Solopreneurs, and Small Business Owners.

Sole Proprietor or LLC

To better understand whether being a sole proprietor or forming a limited liability company (LLC) is the right fit for you, take into consideration how your business model is structured, what is the foreseen growth in the future and the goals of the company, how many owners operate the business, and so on. We discuss the difference between the two and further help to explain which is right for your business.

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48 Hours in Santa Barbara

Situated along the central California coast, Santa Barbara stuns with its Spanish colonial influence and Mediterranean-style white stucco buildings and red-tile roofs. If you’re looking for a romantic getaway for two or the perfect weekend adventure for the kids, Santa Barbara has everything to offer that speaks to culture and wellness lovers to food and wine lovers.

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4 Must Know Tax Law Changes for 2018 Tax Season

Many new tax law changes will come into effect during the 2018 tax season and beyond. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) have brought significant changes to the ways in which creatives, solopreneurs, and small business owners file their taxes, therefore, we put together the 4 must know tax law changes for this upcoming filing.

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9 Tax Deductions Your Small Business May Be Missing

Many small business owners aren’t aware of the diversity of deductions they are able to claim, therefore, they aren’t taking advantage of lowering their overall taxable income. There is a range of small business expenses that qualify as tax deductions, here are 9 tax deductions your small business may be missing.

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Why Hire a Tax Professional

Tax professionals not only understand the tax system but the requirements of the IRS, they know the system better than any tax preparation software or free services out there. They will undoubtedly save you time, money, and stress during this tax season.

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