How Tax Reform Impacts You and Your Small Business

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act represents the most significant changes to the tax code in more than three decades. This new law categorically alters the basic frameworks of individual and corporate taxation. Practicing...

How to Use Davo with Third Party Ordering Apps

As the go-to sales tax guys on Clover, DAVO has many restaurants asking us how to use the DAVO SALES TAX APP with 3rd Party Ordering Apps (3POA) such as GrubHub and EAT24 on...

[Guide] Are You Ready for Your 2018 Budget?

If you haven’t already, it’s time to prep your business’ 2018 budget. While a variety of factors determine your business’ success or failure, your ability to create and stick to a budget is key...

How to Optimize Your Office Real Estate

Not unlike the housing market, office real estate is valuable and comes at a steep price. Larger businesses often have the luxury of off-site storage facilities to store their documentation. But for small-to-medium sized...

Why You Need to Stop Using Checks

In the years after World War II, checks became ubiquitous. People used checks to pay for anything from their groceries to their vendors. A lot has changed since the 1950s – people use smartphones...

Why Are Merchants Sales Tax Collectors

Sales tax is typically applied to certain transactions for tangible goods that occur between a merchant and a consumer. Merchants act as an agent of the government, and collect sales tax from the consumer...

4 Must-Dos to Safeguard Your Business Against the Elements

With the thick of winter approaching for much of the country, there are things SMB owners must do to ensure that the most important aspects of their businesses are safeguarded from the elements. These to-dos...

4 Tips for When Your Business is Strapped for Cash

Running a small business can be unpredictable. Sometimes a client may be late in paying an invoice. Sometimes you hit an unexpected low season. Obviously, cash flow can be a huge problem for smaller businesses. In...

Year End Are You Ready?

Year end is defined as year’s end, the end of the calendar year. Translated for all of us business owners that means “YEAR END” – the end of the fiscal year – that is...

The Top 5 Topics Your Clients Will Ask You About Tax Reform

On November 2, 2017, the House released The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. It is the most comprehensive tax legislation since 1986. Its intended tax reform may very well affect each American taxpayer. The...