Financial and taxation tips for small business owners and sole proprietors.
A profit margin is an amount that shows how profitable your business is by dividing income by revenue (also called sales). There are also different types of margins you’ll need to understand and ways to improve them.
The deadline for Canadian sole proprietors and other small business owners to file tax returns is fast approaching. Find out what you can do now, and start doing for next year, to reduce your tax bill and avoid potential pitfalls.
One of the most important methods of solving cash flow problems is making small, smart investments and maintaining cash reserves. Here’s how to proactively prepare your business to maintain operations and continue to grow.
As your small business grows, the fees you pay to process credit card payments may rise. Here’s how you can reduce your credit card processing fees whether you use a payment aggregator or merchant account provider.
For most entrepreneurs, sole proprietors, self-employed professionals, and small business owners, you must file your return by June 15, 2022. Get a rundown of what you need for the 2022 tax-filing season.
Business interruption insurance can be the lifeline you need to cover your losses resulting from an insurable event, such as a fire, theft, or windstorms. Get the lowdown on what it does and does not cover.