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The Three Kinds of Customers For Clermont, FL Businesses

Bar none, the most important asset in your Clermont, FL business is your client and customer list. This is even true if you are in a "capital-intensive" business with significant material assets. In fact, I'd be very interested to hear someone make a strong case that...

Protecting Your Focus At All Costs by Kimberely Bates

War drums beating in Iran.Impeachment (?) proceedings. Democratic primaries.Weird economic signals.There is literally SO MUCH that can rob you of your greatest asset as we move forward into 2020.And in case it wasn't obvious, I'm talking about your focus.As a local...

How To Handle Your Clermont, FL Company’s 2019 Payroll Taxes

The end of the year is nigh.Which, of course, also carries with it a bunch of tax matters.And, well ... it's no secret that for many people who get in hot water with the IRS, a very common reason is payroll taxes.For many, they aren't filing properly, "assuming" that...

Kimberely Bates’ Annual Holiday Prayer

In this holiday season full of conflict and impeachment, I'm ever more encouraged to see outside of my own situation, and practice empathy for those around me.And as the years go along, I'm increasingly aware of how this holiday season is a time of joy for many, as...

Will Your Clermont, FL Company Be Giving Year-End Bonuses?

The plot to one of the most iconic Christmas movies of all time, Christmas Vacation, centers on one holiday hope: the year-end bonus.Clark Griswold, as "the last true family man", decides he will use his promised year-end bonus to install a pool in his family's...

Raise Prices For Your Clermont, FL Business

Let me start out by once again reminding you that we are nearing year-end (as if you really needed my reminder).And Clermont, FL business owners are extremely well-positioned to make a dent through proper tax planning more than any other population.We're right here,...

A note on thanks and friendship from Central Florida Tax Solutions

Activity is relatively slow around here this week, and it always puts me in a meditative mood. Thanksgiving is nice because it's not quite yet the "calm before the storm" which the December holidays represent (right before tax season, as they are). This is a week when...