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How to Improve Scalability in Cost Structure

To improve scalability in cost structure, we first need to understand what cost structure is and how it might affect the scalability of a business.

Bookkeeping Startups

Why Fast Growing Startups Can’t Ignore Good Old Fashioned Bookkeeping

Bookkeeping may seem passé or a necessity to simply outsource and forget about, but that’s far from the truth. In reality, bookkeeping is more essential than ever for startups whose prospects are determined by very specific values that show the reality of their business situation.

Why Your SaaS Startup Should Be Using Accounting Software

Why You Need SaaS Accounting Software for Your Startup

Accounting software offers so much more than Excel that it’s really a no-brainer for SaaS startups. Here's why you should be using SaaS accounting software.

Pass-Through Entities: New 20 Percent Qualified Business Income (QBI) Deduction

Pass-Through Entities: New 20 Percent Qualified Business Income (QBI) Deduction

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) added a new tax deduction for owners of pass-through entities – a 20 percent deduction of qualified business income (QBI) from a qualified trade or business. Here's what this means, who qualifies, and the limitations.

LLC vs. C Corporation

Choice of Entity: LLC vs. C Corporation

LLC vs. C Corporation tax advantages and disadvantages: The pros and cons of doing business as a C corporation versus an LLC taxed as a partnership.

7 Best Small Business Accounting Software Options

Our list of the best small business accounting software options provides business owners guidance in identifying the best accounting solution for their business.

A Supreme Court Decision SaaS Companies Need to Know

On June 21st, a U.S. Supreme Court decision made waves in the world of retail, rethinking a long-debated question about state sales taxes. Here's how it impacts SaaS companies.

Getting Your Startup’s Financial House in Order

Why is it essential for startups to have their financials in order? This was the topic of a recent webinar - here's what you may have missed.