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2020 Thoughts to Ponder

January 2, 2020 by OSYB Staff

David Finkel, a business coach shares on Inc. some sustainable new year’s resolutions to consider: set realistic and sustainable work hour limits follow the 1/50 time management plan which means that once a week you will select a day or hours in a day that you will set aside to work on tasks where 1 […]

Light-hearted Office Gift Ideas

November 26, 2019 by OSYB Staff

Holiday season is around the corner and office parties are a common team building activity. And sometimes a white elephant gift exchange is included in the festivities. Small Business Trends shares a few fun office gift ideas that you may want to consider. Here are a some of them: Magnets with pictures of co-workers Ugly […]

Simple Bookkeeping Guide

June 20, 2019 by OSYB Staff

Starting a small business and not quite prepared to hire a professional bookkeeper? Intuit Quickbooks shares some easy simple steps to start you off: First decide which type of accounting system you will use: Cash accounting – Tracks cash flow as it enters and leaves your business in real time, accounts receivable and accounts payable […]

Starting Up a New Business?

June 11, 2019 by OSYB Staff

The decision has been made, business market research is completed, and you are ready to join the ranks of new business owners. Intuit QuickBooks shares next steps that you need to take to open your doors for business: Before you choose a business name, perform a corporate search with your Secretary of State office to […]

You Can Run a Business and Manage Your Personal Finances

May 28, 2019 by OSYB Staff

Intuit QuickBook shares some tips on how a small business owner can run a solid business and also be successful at managing their personal finances and plan for retirement: examining your personal finances can be uncomfortable, so change your mindset and accept that making changes often times is uncomfortable but it does need to be […]

The Truth About Payroll Tax Myths

April 18, 2019 by OSYB Staff

Barbara Weltman, guest blogger on Small Business Administration exposes the truth about myths on payroll taxes. The reveals of these common myths are below: Myth: Switching employees over to independent contractors is an easy way to save on payroll taxes. Truth: Though it is true that payroll taxes, along with insurance and benefits apply only […]

When a Good Employee Leaves …

April 16, 2019 by OSYB Staff

Business is good, all the cogs in the wheel are rolling in what feels like a manageable level and you are meeting your marketing goals … it feels just right. Just when you think that a treasured valuable employee comes to you and shares that they will be leaving. How did that happen and what […]

Do You Have All the Docs for Your 2018 Tax Filing?

April 4, 2019 by OSYB Staff

This tax season will be different and to help you with these changes, Don’t Mess with Taxes has come up with a guideline of documents you should have to meet the 2018 requirements. Keep in mind that this is the first year that filing will be under the extensive new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act […]

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