5 tips to stay in control of your business finances

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02/19/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff

With tax season around the corner, you may be thinking a lot about your business’s finances. Make sure you’re on the right track with these five tips from Texas REALTOR® magazine.

  • Keep your accounts separate. Don’t mix your business and personal expenses.
  • Use a credit card instead of cash when possible. It’s easier to track and may have account-protection benefits cash doesn’t carry.
  • Don’t miss out on your deductions. But don’t deduct without proper documentation.
  • Track your expenses. Staying organized will help you come tax time.
  • Hire help if you need it. Accounting and tax filing can be complicated and can lead to a lot of liability issues.

Read more about each tip in “Get your finances under control” from the January/February issue of the magazine.

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