Debt. Pricing. Costs. These are the three aspects of being a business owner that you’ve got to master during an inflationary period if you want to thrive. That’s why Marc is here with a video explaining how you should navigate through each facet of your financials. Spend a few minutes and watch!
Inflation is up, the stock market is down; that can only mean one thing, right? No so fast. Recession often has a negative connotation, but it’s a natural part of the business cycle. As a small business owner, this is no time to batter down the hatches, but it is a time to take a closer look at controllable aspects of your business. Let Marc explain.
Are you concerned about looming inflation? As a small business owner, it’s nothing to fear…if you are informed and aware. If we can be a resource in any way, please reach out. In the meantime, this video may be of use to you.
If you are a small business owner that has been able to retain all your employees this year, consider yourself lucky. For the rest of us, a fluid job market has made employee retention another challenge among many. In short: we’re gonna have to pay for it one way or another.
As a small business owner, selling your business and retiring is your one chance to cash in on everything you’ve built, so when it’s time to hand over the keys to someone else, we want to make sure it’s done perfectly. Let Marc take you through a high-level overview of the process.
Retirement planning is an uncomfortable topic for a lot of our clients. It feels like money being taken away from your business, but that’s just not the case. Retirement planning is as much an investment in you and your business as anything else. Let us explain why…
One of the benefits of owning a small business is designating it as an S corporation rather than a C corporation. For the IRS, it means that your business doesn’t have to pay income taxes, but there’s a catch. Watch Marc explain the reasonable wages the IRS is going to expect from you.
As a small business owner, you have a myriad of job titles, none of which should be accountant. (That’s what your ACCOUNTANT is for!) By allowing us to manage your financial statements, we can free you up to focus more on your passion without as much of the administration.
Many of our clients find payroll tedious, and for good reason: it is! Well, at Farmer, our very own Melissa Bartlett is a Certified Payroll Professional, a designation not many in the country own. Long story short: we have the in-house experts to tackle your payroll solutions.