What’s the cost of protection worth to you? If you’re a growing business, and you’re involving people in it – even if it’s just you and five others in your team, or whether it’s virtual or physical – there are a lot of things to navigate around the HR world.
Was your last business a failure? Then how is your next one going to be any different? One of the challenges business owners have is trying to get away from other people’s approval. We could get so wrapped up in what other people might say about us.
What do you do when you have a child who is falling through the cracks while you’re also running and growing your business at the same time? How can you give your child the right kind of understanding and support they need when you’re also struggling to juggle things as an entrepreneur?
Leadership, in general, is under attack right now. And as a leader, it’s time for you to start reimagining entrepreneurial success so you can continue to serve and make a difference in the world.
This episode is BREAKING NEWS related to the 2020 tax update regarding the choice of states on the deductibility for paycheck protection.
Whether you’re earning $5,000 a month in sales or $1,000 a month in sales up to seven figures in sales, we highly suggest you take the time to listen to this episode and understand some things you need to know about an S-Corp – because, ultimately, you’re going to want this information, especially when we’re talking about tax savings.
You’ve probably mastered knowing your customer avatar, but have you taken the time to really figure out who your ideal teammate is? Imagine, this is somebody you’re going to spend 2 to 10 hours a day, depending on the season of life you’re in with this person. You’ll perhaps engage with them more than you do your partner or your children sometimes. And yet, people make these decisions on who they’re going to hire based off of a 30-minute interview.
In this episode, we’re going to dive into closing your year in 2020 for tax so we can all put 2020 behind us without any stone left unturned. The quicker you can actually file your tax return timely, the better you can stay focused on what’s in front of you currently and what’s ahead of you.