Tax Planning Tips To Help You With Your Business Or Self-Employment

Posted on: 1 April 2022

If you own your own business or you are self-employed, you've likely already looked into how tax laws or regulations apply to you in some regard. But there are plenty of things just about every business owner or self-employed individual can do from a tax planning perspective if they are looking to either save some money or make the process as efficient and painless as possible. To that end, here are some tax planning tips to keep in mind this year and every year to follow. [Read More]

How Can You Choose Which Gold Jewelry To Sell?

Posted on: 10 September 2021

Selling old gold jewelry can be an excellent way to free up some space and make a little extra cash. Whether you need the money for a big purchase or to pay a bill, there's nothing wrong with putting your gold to more practical use. However, choosing which jewelry to sell can be tricky, especially if you only want to sell a few items out of a sizeable collection. While the best choices will be different for everyone, these three tips will help you evaluate your jewelry to select the items you want to sell to a gold buyer. [Read More]

Three Reasons Why You Should Never Mix Business With Pleasure When It Comes To Banking

Posted on: 27 December 2017

There are many different businesses and business execs that like to mix business with pleasure. While that works for them, it does not work on every level. Take banking, for example. You cannot, nor should you ever, mix your business money with your personal money. Business banking should always remain separate of personal banking, and here is why.  There Is This Little Thing Called "Embezzlement"  Embezzlement is where you steal company money and toss it into your own bank account or several other bank accounts to hide your thievery. [Read More]

What To Do If You Can't Pay Your Bond Bill

Posted on: 7 November 2016

If you have a bail bond and have been making payments, but now you see a month coming up when you might not be able to pay, you have to take action immediately. Not paying your bond repayments can result in you being arrested and having additional civil actions filed against you. If you think you're going to have problems paying, take these steps to try to solve your situation. [Read More]