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Mark J. Kohler
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Learn more about these critical agreements that define value and buy-out procedures when one someone leaves a partnership.
Utilizing a Revocable Living Trust can be an affordable way to ensure your business passes effectively to your family or loved ones upon your death.
Business owners should take a cue from 'bracketologists' and embrace unconventional wisdom when it comes to filing an extension this season.
Before you file your taxes, maximize your dining write-offs for 2013.
March 17 might be the deadline for corporations to file, but an extension could be your best move. Here are the details and tips you should know about the Corporate deadline.
An S-Corp election can save small businesses on certain health care and employment taxes, amounting to thousands for eligible ventures. We explain the advantages.
This is the month get your 1099s out to your vendors. We break down what you need to know and do.
This new class of corporation can help hold your company accountable to its social and environmental goals. Find out how it might also help you increase sales.
Obamacare may actually improve small-business owners' bottom lines. Here are four factors to consider when signing up.
Deducting auto expenses can confound small-business owners, but it doesn't have to. Here's a quick explanation of your options.
A "Doing Business As" filing can be used to both start or expand a current business on the quick. Here, accounting whiz Mark Kohler parses the innumerable ways he loves DBAs.
Many small business owners don't take full advantage of this deduction. Check out this video for more information on maximizing your write-offs and saving taxes.
The way you invest your profits is key to your future success. Real estate investing should be a key part of your portfolio. Here's why.
Don't let bookkeeping duties slide because they are a crucial part of running your business smoothly. Here are five ways to manage your books without draining your time.
Don't get yourself in trouble with the IRS. Here's how to make sure you stay on top of tax deposits.