When your business experiences or anticipates big growth, it will impact every area of business. Big growth means big changes. In addition to the logistical and management issues that come up, it's also likely that you'll need to raise some (or a lot) of money.
As a business owner, you think about money a lot. You talk about it. You worry about it. You plan for what you'll do when you have more of it.
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This week's E-Myth Insider newsletter touches on tax tips for US businesses to take into account as we approach year's end. The supporting article lists useful US business and personal deductions, along with links to IRS' Small Business resources, Section 179 guidelines and energy-efficiency tax credits.