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7 Essential Steps to Start a Nonprofit: Making a Difference the Right Way

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Are you passionate about a cause and eager to contribute to society in a meaningful way? Starting a nonprofit organization can be a fulfilling and rewarding path that allows you to pursue your business dreams while making a positive impact on the world. In this comprehensive guide, we are going to thoroughly explain the seven essential steps to set up a nonprofit. Whether you’re determined…

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Why You Should Start a Nonprofit: Making a Lasting Impact and Enjoying Tax Benefits

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Do you have a deep-rooted desire to make a positive difference in the world? Starting a nonprofit organization not only allows you to contribute to the public good and support local charities, but it also provides many benefits, including the potential for tax advantages. Why you should be thinking about starting a Nonprofit By starting a nonprofit, you can create a significant social impact. You…

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Ignite Your Business Growth With Profit First

Ignite Your Business Growth with Profit First

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Ingnite Your Business Growth: Profit First   You’re not just an ordinary business owner, and we’re not just your average accounting firm.    At Incite Tax, we prioritize your success by offering personalized services that maximize your tax savings, help you make better business decisions, and optimize your cash flow.    As a Profit First Certified firm, our mission is to empower you in maximizing…

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Stop Overpaying Your Taxes

Stop Overpaying Your Taxes

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Are you exhausted from constantly flushing your hard-earned cash down the tax toilet?   It’s a frustrating situation that many of people find themselves in.    But don’t worry, it’s an easy fix to stop overpaying your taxes!   In this blog post, I’ll chat about why you might be overpaying your taxes and give you a simple solution to start saving some serious cash….

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Escape the burnout trap: become an untraditional accountant

Escape the Burnout Trap: Become an Untraditional Accountant

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Burnout Blitz   So, you’ve seen it.  You’ve likely experienced the soul-crushing burnout that plagues the accounting industry.  We traditional accountants are all too familiar with the never-ending piles of client documents, the mountains of mind-numbing data prep, and the endless back-and-forth emails.  But fear not! It’s possible to escape the burnout trap. The Burnout Dilemma   Let’s cut to the chase, my fellow accountants. …

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How to take effective breaks to boost your workday

Break Me Off a Piece: How to Take Effective Breaks During the Workday

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Taking Effective Breaks is Tough The modern workday can be an unbearable stretch of monotony. The relentless onslaught of deadlines and tasks can drain the life force out of the most resilient of workers, making it easy to forget how to take effective breaks during the workday.  But fret not, for salvation lies within the oft-neglected concept of taking effective breaks. Ah, yes, those glorious…

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Taxes and Stress Don't Mix!

Taxes and Stress Don’t Mix!

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Keep Your Books Up to Date: Because Taxes and Stress Don’t Mix! Hey there, fellow business owners! It’s time to have a heart-to-heart about a topic that can make even the most resilient entrepreneur break out in a cold sweat: taxes. It’s time to keep up your books, because taxes and stress don’t mix! Yes, I can hear the collective groans and sighs from here….

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Get ready for a mind-blowing lesson I learned that will save you from the relentless grind and ignite your business's growth

Can you argue a 492% revenue growth? 

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Can you argue a 492% revenue growth?    Get ready for a mind-blowing lesson I learned that will save you from the relentless grind and ignite your business’s growth with a potential for a 492% revenue growth!   Introducing the one and only 3.3 Rule—a savior for those suffering from nonstop work, burnout, and the dreaded overtime trap. This method is like a superhero cape,…

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The 3.3 Rule: Bill Gates' Regretful Revelation

The 3.3 Rule: Bill Gates’ Regretful Revelation

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The 3.3 Rule: Bill Gates’ Regretful Revelation and a New Workday Normal. Ah, work-life balance. What is this 3.3 Rule? And how does it reinforce Bill Gates’ recent regretful revelation?   Well, folks, hold onto your ergonomic office chairs because we’ve got a new rule in town, but this is one you will want to follow, and one Bill Gates regretfully wishes he had. The…

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Unleash the Power of "Crucial Conversations" in the Office Jungle!

Unleash the Power of “Crucial Conversations” in the Office Jungle!

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Welcome, my dear readers, to another thrilling adventure in the corporate wilderness to unleash to power of  Crucial Conversations in the office jungle! Today, we embark on a journey deep into the heart of effective communication with the help of the brilliant minds behind the book “Crucial Conversations” by Joseph Grenny and Kerry Patterson. So, strap on your seatbelts (or, um, bookmarks), because we’re about…

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You Owe Taxes, Now What

You Owe Taxes, Now What

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You Owe Taxes, Now What Alright folks, gather round for a good laugh because we’re going to talk about everyone’s favorite topic – taxes! Specifically, you owe taxes, now what? What do you do when you owe the IRS money and you’re not sure what to do. Don’t worry, I’ve got your back. First things first, let’s establish when you actually owe the IRS money…

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Home Office vs Corporate Rent | Incite Tax

Home Office vs Corporate Rent

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Home Office vs Corporate Rent Tax Deductions Are you tired of struggling with the complexities of home office deductions? Does the thought of being audited by the IRS make you break out in a cold sweat? Well, fear not my fellow business owners, because I’ve got the solution for you: the Augusta rule. Let’s talk about home office vs corporate rent tax deductions. Yes, you…

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Should I Worry About 1099's

Should I Worry About 1099’s?

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Should I Worry About 1099s? No…and yes. If you’re a freelancer, gig worker, or independent contractor, you’re probably familiar with the infamous 1099 form. But if you’re new to the game, you might be wondering: Should I Worry About 1099s? First of all, what is a 1099? It’s a tax form that’s used to report income that’s not earned as an employee. If you’re a…

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Small Business Taxes for Beginners

Small Business Taxes for Beginners

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Small Business Taxes for Beginners As a small business owner, you’ve got loads of priorities, fires, and problems… I know, because I’ve been there, walking in your shoes… There is a never-ending list of tasks and responsibilities that all fall on your desk. “The buck stops with you.” as they say (I think that’s what they say!).  All of these fires are really getting in…

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What triggers an irs audit

What triggers an IRS audit?

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 What triggers an IRS audit? If you decide to file your own tax returns, what triggers an IRS audit? We’ve covered a couple videos recently about red flags and what to be aware of so you won’t be audited. We will link that video in the description of this video. I’m going to go over a couple more red flags today. Filing a Schedule C…

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How to do taxes for the first time?

How to do Taxes for the First Time

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How to do taxes for the first time? Let’s start with brackets. The first thing we look at is the filing status, because each status has a different tax bracket: single, married filing jointly, head of house, married filing separately and surviving spouses. Each is a separate tax bracket. Know your tax bracket Single is pretty obvious. Married, filing jointly, if you’re married and you…

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How do I avoid taxes as an independent contractor?

How do I avoid taxes as an independent contractor?

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How do I avoid taxes as an independent contractor? An independent contractor is someone who has a 1099 income or self-employed income. This allows you to take advantage of the same tax code that large corporations, like Fortune 100 companies take. To file your taxes you first are going to have to determine how you’ve set up the entity structure for your income. We have…

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A Checklist for Bookkeeping

A Checklist for Bookkeeping

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 A checklist for bookkeeping. What does that look like? First of all, we recommend that you update your books no more than once a week with a checklist for bookkeeping. More than once a week is just a lot of unnecessary effort. We follow the Profit First system, so a lot of our clients and a lot of our recommendations also will fall into biweekly,…

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Bookkeeping Red Flags

Bookkeeping Red Flags

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 Bookkeeping Red Flags | John Briggs – Incite Tax   What are some bookkeeping red flags to watch out for? The first red flag is you want to run a profit and loss statement by month. When you’re looking at the statement, it’ll show January, February, March, April, however many months you’re looking at in separate columns. You wanna notice trends, mainly inconsistent trends. If…

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