In June, the U.S. Supreme Court decided Wayfair v. South Dakota, changing the sales tax landscape in ways that will significantly affect your craft-related business.
At some point in the past 10 years, you’ve surely heard about Bitcoin or blockchain. These new technologies are being hyped as potential cures for all sorts of problems, but it’s difficult to know whether to believe the hype without knowing what the heck these things even are.
Mary Beth Storjohann, CFP® and Founder of Workable Wealth is a financial planner and accountability coach who helps clients across the country make smart, educated choices with their money. In this webinar, she focuses on helping you set up financial planning for yourself and your business.
Not only do you need to make money (sales), you have to be able to do it while spending less than you earn (positive cash flow).
Types of business financing can be lumped into these basic categories, each with their own benefits and drawbacks.
Crowdfunding projects are *the* wave of the creative financing future. Tune in for a webinar with Vickie Howell to learn from her success!
When it comes to choosing bookkeeping software for your craft business, you have at least half a dozen options, all with pros and cons and champions. Here’s a rundown.
On May 25, 2018, the European Union will begin enforcing a new law, called the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) governing how companies collect and store user data. All businesses with customers in the EU will be affected. Maeri Howard explains what craft business owners need to understand about the new regulations.
Recent changes to the federal tax code apply only to the 2018 tax year — which means that the existing rules still apply to your 2017 return.
When its time to incorporate your business, how do you know which legal entity to choose? In this article, CPA Nathan Owen explains the differences between a sole proprietor, and LLC, an S-Corps.
As an entrepreneur, leaving your day job is trickier than giving two weeks’ notice; you aren’t simply leaving for a new job, you are leaving for a new life.
Donating a piece of your work to support a good cause is often not worth the time and effort since only the cost of the raw materials can be written off on your taxes.
It is never too early to start thinking about an exit strategy for your business. If an emergency arises, you will be prepared.
People start, and grow, craft businesses in different ways and with many different financing sources, including debt. Here are some ideas for managing debt.
Retirement planning is more complicated for business owners, but equally important and worth every effort. Here are three strategies to start retirement planning immediately!
Crowdfunding through online platforms can look like a great way to insulate yourself from market pressures while pursuing a vision, but successful campaigns rely first of all on building what you’ve already started and treating sponsors as business partners.
Often people assume that having an online business is cheaper than owning a brick-and-mortar shop, but is that really true? What are the actual costs involved in running an online business?
Buying and selling are definitely a viable option for many websites and can be a positive experience, but there are some things to consider before you jump in.
Although crowdfunding may seem like the perfect option for raising money to realize a dream, there’s a few questions to consider before proceeding.