New Year Check-In for Small Businesses

In the first few weeks of any new year, many small business owners take time to rest and refocus after the holiday rush. This is a great time to invest in getting organized and catching up on things, as well as setting goals for the coming year. For a business to be...

Restaurant Taxes: What You Need to Know

Restaurants and food services make up a large portion of local businesses, generating millions in combined revenue each year. While local brewpubs and eateries are simply one type of small business, how they handle taxes is completely different than many other...

Stay Organized in the Holiday Rush

The holiday season is in full swing, and many local businesses are seeing a spike in sales. From bakeries to bookshops, retail companies and other small businesses rely on seasonal revenue, to stay afloat each year. However, this rush of customers can create chaos, if...

How to Start a Business in the Skilled Trades

Colorado is a small business-friendly state, and we have thousands of independently-owned companies here. One of the most vital industries is the skilled trades- plumbers, electricians, HVAC specialists, and other contractors provide highly valuable services for homes...

End of the Year Business Tips

The year is slowly coming to a close, and the holidays are upon us. This time of the year can be especially busy for many businesses, like retail stores, and it can also be the slow season for others, like landscapers. No matter what kind of business you run, taking...

Start Preparing Now for the Holidays

There are many small businesses that experience a rush during the holiday months, including restaurants, bakeries, salons, and retail stores. If you run a company that typically sees more business between October and December, it’s important that you start preparing...

Tips for Tracking Your Receipts

For small businesses, keeping track of expenditures is vital. At the end of each day, month, or quarter, it’s important that you’re able to see everything you spent money on. And when it comes to tax time, you’ll need this information for potential write-offs or tax...

How to Work Less and Still Be Successful

For entrepreneurs in all industries, getting a new business off the ground is hard work. You put in hundreds or thousands of hours of effort on your marketing, designs, networking, and much more. If you’ve been running your own company for a while now, you understand...