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Small Business Servers - A Need For Change Many small businesses don't have an IT department or anyone experienced enough to handle even basic IT tasks like backup, system restoration, patching or updates. In most cases, they rely on a local business partner (typically an IT consultant or local IT support company) to handle these tasks. Unfortunately, many small business IT solutions on the market today exacerbate the situation. Their complexity... • requires the need for ever more powerful hardware • results in frequent system crashes and downtime for upgrades • compounds security problems • necessitates frequent system restorations • increases the investment in resource to upgrade systems and fix problems Whats needed is a new generation of 'small business servers' that deliver all of the essential IT & technology services for smaller businesses but without the usual costs or hassle. Challenges in supporting micro and small business customers To stay in business small businesses need help with basic IT chores, which are becoming more mission critical than ever as they grow more time consuming to deliver. Just look at business continuity and disaster recovery in small businesses. A study by Gartner found that only one third of small businesses surveyed said they were prepared for a disaster within the next 12 months. In other words two thirds of all small businesses are not prepared for a disaster or protected. The reason, in most cases, is that small businesses don't have the IT skills of solutions to perform common tasks like backing up critical data or developing a way to restore systems that crash or become damaged when a pipe breaks or there is a fire, flood or other disaster. Small businesses also need help just backing up and restoring files when someone accidentally deletes them. Such deletions in small businesses are quite common. Whilst everyone understands the need for data to be backed up, what many don't realise is how expensive and difficult it actually is with traditional solutions. In fact, the traditional approach to backing up data is a time consuming and resource intensive task. The normal procedure requires tapes to be rotated, in the right order and taken off site for secure storage. Plug In, Switch on & Start Working Security within smaller businesses is also an issue. Hackers today are after confidential information about businesses and their clients to commit fraud and identify theft. They employ increasingly sophisticated attacks that may use socially engineered phishing email messages. These spam messages are designed to fool even savvy computer users in to thinking they are from legitimate sources. An unsuspecting user might click on malicious executable file or URL link to a poisoned web site and automatically download malicious software. In their pursuits hackers increasingly exploit new vulnerabilities in applications and Windows operating systems as a means of infecting computers. To battle this problem, aplikasi vendors issue frequent system updates and security patches that must be installed quickly to minimize exposure to each new threat. In 2008, Microsoft alone issues 43 critical, 24 important and two moderate fixes, according to security experts. The previous year saw a similar amount, including 49 critical, 23 important and five moderate updates. Other application and browser vendors had numerous updates as well. Again, many small businesses don't have the IT expertise to track all of these patches or the time to install them. Beyond security patches, there are typically many operating system updates that must also be applied. Such installations are often time consuming. Unfortunately many of these fixes incur downtime, which nomor business likes. For example, in many situations, a business must first test a patch or upgrade to be sure it does not cause problems. If the test goes well, planning must take place to be sure the changes are made at a time that least inconveniences its workers. Again, many businesses are looking for help with these matters from their business partners. The challenge for the business partner is that all of these tasks (testing, planning, applying etc.) are all time and labour intensive. Problems with traditional Small Business Server Solutions Even the smallest business today requires certain basic capabilities. Workers need to berbagi files and printers. Additionally, their data must be protected and their systems must be secure. The burden on the business partner to provide these services typically requires the use of multiple solutions from different vendors. The mix often includes a server OS and file system from one vendor, backup aplikasi from another, and security products including firewall, anti-virus, anti-spyware and anti-spam aplikasi etc from even more vendors. Managing such a mix can add to a business partner's workload. Each product must be managed with its own administrative system, and each must be updated on its own. There might also be conflicts when trying to get different vendors products to work together. Additionally supporting such a mix of applications might introduce security issues. For example, if a firewall and anti-spam solution are not in sync with regard to the level of protection each affords, one might work in detriment of the other. The end result when using multiple solutions is that the time investment per client grows as the complexity increases. It also increases the time investment a business partner must make in learning/training. Their staff must be knowledgeable about many discreet products in order to support their small business client's workers. Compounding matters, the traditional choices have had their problems. Solutions designed specifically for smaller businesses often could not scale to support a business growth. For this reason, many of the solutions commonly used are not designed specifically for small businesses. But this only adds to the management burden placed on the business partner because they must customize or scale down these solutions to meet the needs of small businesses. Additionally, such solutions are often bloated with features not needed in smaller businesses. For instance, directory services might be overkill for a company with fewer than twenty people. Yet, its administration is as time consuming for twenty as it is for one hundred or more. Similarly, an enterprise solution might be so narrow focused that it lacks key features for small business, thus requiring a patch work of solutions to meet a business's basic needs. For instance, a firewall might need a third party anti-spam or anti-virus solution to provide more complete protection. In either case, trying to force fit an enterprise solution into a small business environment can add to the management workload. What's needed: Desirable characteristics? With these concerns in mind, there is obviously a need for an alternative to the enterprise patchwork solutions that are currently being cobbled together and used in small business today. Any solution that addresses these pain points must be designed specifically for small businesses and the business partners who serve them. It must enable customers do email, create and berbagi documents, centrally manage files, store and secure business data, control access to information, connect offices, employees and partners whilst protecting their network and systems from unwanted disruptions and intrusions. It should be less complex so that it requires less IT support than traditional solutions. Additionally the solution should be Linux based. The reason: Linux is stable and reliable. This would simplify management and make solution subject to less downtime than some alternative solutions. Additionally being Linux based reduces many security problems, as far fewer attacks, generally speaking, are aimed at Linux than traditional operating systems. Furthermore, most operating systems are packed with drivers, utilities and services that are seldom used. An ideal solution would only use the parts of the Linux Kernel that are needed to perform the desired functions. This would reduce potential vulnerabilities. To simplify matters further, the solution should be very easy to deploy. For example, it should be offered as a simple plug and play solution in the form of an appliance. And the solution should support remote management to troubleshoot and correct small problems, as well as recover from a system crash. A solution with these characteristics will save a business partner valuable time that would otherwise be needed to administer solutions at every client's site. This saves time and money. It allows a business provider to provide services in a more economically efficient manner to existing customers. And it frees up time to solicit and support new businesses. Enter: An affordable solution designed specifically for small businesses Small Business Server Appliances are a new breed of Small Business Server Solution they are delivered delivered as a plug and play hardware appliance, everything is included. Its pricing structure is simple and straight forward. Business partners do not have to deal with multiple and complex licensing agreements as is the case with many alternative offerings where you are required to switch platforms (or upgrade hardware) above 75 and 100 users, or when email and data storage requirements reach a certain limit. Small Business Server Appliances offers file and print sharing; firewall, anti-virus, anti-spam protection; email, calendaring, contacts, tasks; secure remote access; data backup and disaster recovery features; office productivity tools; and automated system updates. Everything is included within the appliance as a single solution. And business partners can use the platform to deploy other applications that a client might need. The high performance appliance hardware allows a powerful solution to be delivered in a small footprint. This also provides the ability to scale solutions as a clients business grows up to 500 users without artificial licensing barriers. Furthermore, the appliance format also makes the solution very easy to deploy, typically it can be up and running in about 20 minutes. Setting the solution apart: Autonomic features and benefits Small Business Server Appliances are designed to run on their own at a customer's site with little intervention from the business partner. To accomplish this we make use of autonomic features that automatically handle many routine tasks and can correct many problems on its own as they arise. These autonomic features ensure that the small business stays up and running and its systems and data are protected, all while off loading time consuming IT tasks from business partners. For example Small Business Server Appliances comes pre built and pre configured and can usually be implemented in around twenty minutes. There is nomor monitor or keyboard, the admin interface is accessed via an IP address securely through HTTPS which enables you to manage the appliance remotely. In contrast, alternative solutions often require the business partner to load 5 to 15 CD's to get a system running initially. Small Business Server Appliances also has the ability to self manage automated backups to a disc based storage smartphone (on or off site), to a hosted backup service in addition to traditional tape or USB based storage devices. A few Small Business Server Appliances also provide the option for integrated hot swap backup discs to be used which enable data to be backed up continually throughout the day. Summary With Small Business Server Appliances, business partners get an easy to implement and easy to manage solution that has specifically been designed for smaller businesses. Small Business Server Appliances come pre built and ready to be used this solution offers a rapid time to value. All of the attributes of Small Business Server Appliances pay dividends twice over. First, the small business client is happy, because they can do their jobs without computer related interruptions. And second, a business partner can deliver a high level of service while dedicating minimal IT resources and staff to each client. The autonomic features of the solution reduce the time and resources a business partner must invest to begin work with a new client and to support existing small business customers. For example very little training is required to become familiar with the solution, so business partners quickly leverage the solution and immediately become more profitable. Sharp Technology is a UK based provider of Small Business Server Appliances [http://www.sharptechnology.co.uk/] that deliver all of the essential IT and technology services to smaller businesses (typically 1 to 100 users) but without the usual cost or hassle. We supply to organisations throughout England, Scotland, Wales & Ireland and internationally in the US, Canada & India. Should Small Businesses Start Hiring Again Or Fear the Future? Many small business fear expansion right now, they fear hiring additional employees, and they are completely worried about the future. Should they be? We know that community banks are worried and there are not a lot of small business loans going on right now. Indeed, as a former franchisor before retirement it is my contention that I wouldn't pour money into a small business right now, much less touch it with a ten-foot pole. Let me explain; Why would you want to start a business where you had to hire people with all the new Obama administration rules, and this latest AFO-CIO appointment to the Department of Labor is scary too, it's going to be really tough on small businesses. Not long ago, I was explaining all this to an acquaintance who was buying an existing business and considering the hiring of a employees to help her in her business and she asked me; "tell me more. My guess is that I would have a couple part-time women." So should my acquaintance start her business and hire two part-time employees? Don't know, nomor one knows what was in that darn Health Care bill, small business doesn't know, information flow sucks, the Administration hasn't said, it's all vague and NO Small Business Person in their right mind would risk going into business right now knowing they'd hire employees. The President got on TV and made some vague inane speech about how this would help small businesses? No details, none forthcoming, terrible communication job. Terrible - and quite frankly it's completely and absolutely un-acceptable. This group of leaders doesn't know what the heck they are doing. We need a better team, and some common sense behind it. These people have never had to make a payroll in their lives, it ought to be a pre-requisite for public office, how on Earth can anyone believe they can run things without working knowledge of the realities of running a business? Now then, I was reading in some trade journals in various industries all the phase-ins for health care insurance law compliance, it's a mess. Worse, it's going to be an absolute hardship on small business, and medical costs are still rising, and rising, and rising. Over the last decade these costs have outpaced inflation by 10:1 and they just keep going? Hard to say what fuel they are using but we need that for the Space Shuttle - seriously folks, this is a disaster for the business community, and it isn't going to help anyone, only raise costs. And people wonder why jobs are not returning? 75% - plus of our jobs are through small business in America, but the politicians are too busy coddling lobbyists of large corporations to even worry about it. It's all a show, it's all BS, and until things change, I'd be leery of the unknown or future business risk taking. So, you asked me to tell you more? There you have it. Am I the only person in this whole country that gets it? What the hell are they doing? The Small Business Administration director hasn't a clue. My god, this dog and pony show never stops, WTH is going on. And the media hasn't helped, what small businesses are supposed to go pay an attorney and accountant to tell them the new law changes? Sure, pay the professional parasites to tell you about the "new rules" I mean, do these legislators (all lawyers) even hear themselves think? And as the economy expands and gets back to normal, which jobs come back first? Legal jobs of course, what a totally screwed up system. So, the business people have to pay lawyers, accountants just to prepare for the law changes, scared out of their wits they might make a mistake and the big bad government is going to fine them, jail them, put them out of business? How do I know this is how it goes? Because I set up 187 franchises serving some 450 cities, I know exactly how small business works and how business people think. Meanwhile, we have a perceived "small business hater" president who never explained the comments about his "joe the plumber" gaf, and although it was blown out of proportion. That indeed, was a definite psychological hit to small business, one we still haven't gotten over and we must to insure small business confidence, if we truly want those jobs - I am beginning to think they don't by the actions of the Obama Administration, but don't doesn't understand and Obama's PR team there is unfortunately too "unwise" to understand, so they laugh it off, and ramrod some BS health care legislation with a 2800 page health care bill, and then Pelosi is on prime time TV and says; "Well, you'll just have to vote for it to see what's in the bill." You have to be kidding me? Why should small businesses have to contact a lawyer to explain the health care rules? And may I ask with what money are they supposed to pay the $2,000 bill to set it up properly so they don't get fined? Small businesses have been battling this recession for 35-months now, they are barely hanging on. If you own a small business and "Need the Money" well, get in line, every small business does and there is nowhere to borrow it. No one, me included, or any bank would be foolish enough to take the risk to lend money now. And nomor one knows what this Administration or Congress is going to do next? They are unpredictable, perceived unstoppable and willing to shove any 4,000 page bill down America's throats. And don't you dare argue with me, next could be Cap and Trade, and energy costs will skyrocket and you'll be stuck in a business watching your energy costs go up 45%! How about that? Then you can expect shortages and mandatory "Energy Ultra Efficient" equipment which will be required, above your already efficient units, air-conditioning system, solar panels, computers, along with new lighting, above and beyond what you have. If you don't you will be fined or shut down. If you cannot or do not want the presence of an attorney one will be appointed, if you want to stay in business the SBA will give you loans, GREAT borrow more money, as they destroy your business, go into more debt, is their answer, interesting, that's the persoalan in the first place, the government is broke, now they want all the businesses to be as broke as they are and pay for all their mistakes in higher costs, taxes, fines, and fees. Enough already! And if you think I am blowing smoke, it could easily happen in the next six to 18-months, and I wouldn't put anything past this Administration or Congress, they are absolutely out of control. Do you think that if your energy costs tripled in your business you could keep your prices at the current level? Of course not, and if you double your prices, 30% of your customers will not come back, and the others will come less often, easily taking at hit of 40-50% in revenues? Well, think it can't happen? It did in CA when the government imposed rules, raised energy costs, had shortages then black outs, and it happened twice one decade apart. Now tack on health care costs for employees, yourself - mandatory let's say, because I don't know, nomor one does yet, can you then really make money> NO, NO YOU CAN'T. And so you work harder, lay off your employees who stop shopping - nomor money - and other businesses suffer because unemployment is so high. See what's happening? Where we are headed? You want me to tell you more? Sure, I could go on for 48-hours straight, with examples in the real world of what happens when government gets a stick up their rear-ends into what is supposed to be a free market economy like the USA. End of rant, end of article. How to Operate Your Small Business for Maximum Efficiency and Profitability As far as I am concerned, one of the primary reasons the washout rate for small business owners is so high is because too many investors fail to place enough emphasis on getting the maximum return on every dollar and hour that they put into their small business. Instead, they seem to be more concerned about frivolous stuff like the color of their business cards. In any small business endeavor, a lack of focus, coupled with the inability to prioritize tasks, is a recipe for failure. So, too, is the type of complacency that breeds an "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" mentality, which usually results in a stagnant business that's barely able to keep its head above water. That's why to my way of thinking, the catch-phrase "easier, faster, and cheaper" should be the mantra of every real estate investor in America. I say this because I've learned the hard way that for me to consistently achieve the highest possible rate of return on the money and time that I invest in my business, I must continually analyze, refine, and tweak every aspect of my operation, to make it easier, faster, and cheaper to run. Nowadays, I think of my business as a high performance automobile engine, which must be finely turned and calibrated to run at its optimum speed and maximum efficiency. I can tell you from experience that in order to operate a small business at maximum efficiency and profitability, it takes: 1. Personal and financial discipline. 2. Organizational skills. 3. Management know-how. 4. Meticulous planning and attention to detail. 5. Prioritization of tasks according to their profit potential. 6. Maximum use of available technology. 7. Accurate record keeping. 8. Maximum use of all the tax benefits that are available to small business owners. It Takes Discipline to Operate a Business at Maximum Efficiency and Profitability It takes a combination of personal and financial discipline to operate a small business at maximum efficiency and profitability. First, you need to have the initiative and self-discipline that's required to be successfully self-employed. You must work smart, so you don't waste your valuable time doing grunt-type tasks that can be hired out. In other words, don't spend your time cleaning up trash around your office when you should be out searching for customers. Second, you need to possess the financial discipline that's necessary to operate your small business at maximum profitability. The only way that you're ever going to be able to keep your spending under control is by: 1. Adopting a bottom-line mentality that's totally focused on maximizing the profitability of your business. 2. Operating your business on a bare-bones budget by buying all equipment, supplies, and services at the lowest available prices in your area. 3. Keeping close track of operating expenses by carefully reviewing all invoices for errors, overcharges, and bogus charges. Prioritize Tasks according to Their Profit Potential The number one question that you must continually ask yourself when you're working in your small business is: Is what I am doing right this minute the most profitable use of my time? A lot of people fail as small business owners simply because they're never able to prioritize tasks according to their profit potential. They end up never making a profit because they couldn't distinguish between what's important and what's trivial. As a general rule of thumb, I consider any business function that doesn't contribute directly to my bottom line to be low priority and best left for after business hours. In other words, if the task at hand isn't part of the process of completing a real estate transaction that will eventually end with me going to the bank; I put it off until later in the day. Avoid Reinventing the Wheel Every Time You Need to Complete a routine Task Whatever you do, don't fall into the trap of reinventing the wheel every time you need to complete a routine task. The term, reinventing the wheel, refers to re-creating something from scratch. An example of reinventing the wheel would be retyping standard documents, such as purchase agreements, over and over again, instead of storing them in a Microsoft Word document file where they can be printed out as needed. The point here is to work smart by making your operating as streamlined as humanly possible. Operate Your Small Business on a Bare-Bones Budget One surefire way to fail as a small business owner is to run your operation in a slipshod manner with nomor financial controls in place to keep your operating costs from going through the roof. Do a Cost-Benefit Analysis before You Make a Purchase I suggest that you do what I always do, before I ever part with any of my hard-earned money, and ask yourself this very poignant question: How exactly is this-(fill-in-the-blank)--going to have a direct impact on the profitability of my business? Unless you can justify to yourself why the purchase under consideration will immediately contribute to your bottom line, you should hold onto your money. This type of decision-making process is referred to in business schools as "cost-benefit analysis," which means that if the cost outweighs the benefit that'll be gained from purchasing an item, it shouldn't be bought. Keep this in mind the next time that you get the urge to splurge. What You Should Have When You Set Up Shop as a Small Business Owner I am willing to concede that an owner could possibly run their small business without any of the basic amenities of a modern high-tech office at their disposal. However, it would be a very inefficient operation, and I am willing to bet that most small business owners, in this type of work environment, would end up spending much of their time performing tedious tasks such as retyping the same documents over and over again. I don't know about you, but I've never met anyone who has typed their way to a fortune as a small business owner. As far as I am concerned, every neophyte small business owner, who's really serious about consistently making money in their small business, should have the following six items when they set up shop: 1. Telephone service and a prepaid telephone calling card to make calls on the road from pay phones. 2. Personal computer with Microsoft Windows operating system. 3. Microsoft Word software. 4. Internet connection. 5. Black-and-while laser or inkjet printer. 6. Financial calculator. It's Hard to Succeed in a Digital World Using Horse-and-Buggy Technology Computer technology is here to stay, and, if you want to make it as a successful small business owner in today's digital world, you had better embrace the latest technology and learn how to use it to your advantage. So if you happen to be computer illiterate, the very best advice that I can give you is to buy an inexpensive personal computer (PC) and then jump in with both feet and learn how to use it. If someone with a nontechnical background like me can use a computer, anyone can. What It Takes to Run a Small Business at Maximum Efficiency According to the Small Business Administration (SBA), 80 percent of all new small businesses fail within five years of opening their doors. More often than not, the cause of failure can be directly attributed to an appalling lack of organization and planning on the part of business owners. I hate to come across as some sort of killjoy, but you just can't throw a business together without any organization and planning and expect it to be an efficient operation. It takes meticulous planning and attention to detail to set up a small business so that it operates at maximum efficiency. The only way that you're ever going to have a smooth running business is by doing the little things right, such as: 1. Maintaining a master to-do checklist to run your business. 2. Computerizing all business documents and records. 3. Setting up your business so you avoid re-creating anything from scratch. 4. Organizing your office so that everything you need is available at your fingertips. Use a Master To-Do Checklist to Run Your Business To keep your business operating at maximum efficiency, I recommend that you do what I've done for the past 20 plus years, and maintain a master to-do checklist. I keep my checklist on my computer in a Microsoft Word file. It serves as a combination checklist and appointment calendar. For example, each entry that I make on my checklist, lists the task or appointment along with the completion or meeting date. This way, nothing slips through the crack and tasks are completed on time and appointments are kept. Deduct Your Home Office as a Business Expense In order for a home office to qualify as a business deduction for federal tax purposes, it must be used regularly and exclusively for business purposes. For example, if you're a part-time real estate investor and a full-time school teacher, who has a home office that you claim as a real estate investment business expense, but you use your office for both your real estate investment business and for grading student papers, your home office deduction would be disallowed if you were ever audited by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The IRS would do this because your home office isn't being used exclusively for business purposes. The best way to make certain that your home office will pass muster with the IRS is to regularly use the space you're claiming as your home office exclusively as your principal place of business. I comply with the IRS home office use rules by having a home office that's located in a separate building behind my home-approximately 40 steps one way-and used exclusively for business purposes. My compact home office measures a measly 10 feet long by 10 feet wide and is a scant 100 square feet in size, but it serves its purpose quite well. I like this arrangement, as it allows me to separate my business from my personal life. For more information on how to deduct your home office as a business expense, read IRS Publication 587, Business Use of Your Home, which is available online at the IRS Publications and Forms Web site. Accurate Record Keeping Is an Integral Part of Running an Efficient Business Maintaining accurate records is an integral part of running any type of successful business. Yet, it's probably the most overlooked aspect of the real estate investment business. For many small business owners record keeping is last minute ritual that's performed annually around 8 P.M. on the fourteenth of April, and forgotten about the other 364 days of the year. Needless to say, this is definitely not the smart way to run a business. Here's a listing of the five types of records that real estate investors must maintain in order to have a smooth and efficiently running business: 1. Income records: Income records include monthly income and expense statements, bank statements, and accounting records documenting all of the income generated by your real estate investment business. 2. Expense records: Expense records include paid invoices, bank statements, cancelled checks, and accounting records documenting all of the expenses associated with operating your business. 3. Property records: Property records include mortgages, deeds of trust, promissory notes, grant and warranty deeds, surveys, purchase agreements, property appraisal reports, closing documents, easements, blueprints, certificates of occupancy, construction warranties, building material warranties, equipment warranties, building inspection reports, termite and pest inspection reports, and utility services account information. 4. Insurance records: Insurance records include property and casualty insurance policies, title insurance policies, workers' compensation insurance policies, flood insurance policies, liability insurance policies, umbrella insurance policies, automobile and truck insurance policies, pest control insurance policies, and equipment insurance policies. 5. Tax records: Tax records consist of property tax assessment notices, property tax payments, federal tax returns, federal withholding-tax payments, state tax payments, and county and city occupational license fee payments. Store Original Copies of Records and Documents in a Safe Deposit Box I recommend that you photocopy or scan all of your important property related records and documents onto a CD-ROM and store all of the original copies in a safe deposit box. This way, you'll have all of your original records and documents in a safe, secure, off-site location where they can be easily located in case of an emergency. Use Generally Accepted Accounting Practices to Maintain Financial Records Over the past couple of years, there have been a slew of court cases involving fraudulent accounting practices in which CEOs and other corporate higher-ups "cooked the books" to prop up the value of their company's stock. Unless a stay at a "Club Fed" facility appeals to you, it's best that you stick with generally accepted accounting practices instead of using creative accounting methods, which are based on fuzzy mathematics. In basic accounting jargon, the term generally accepted accounting practices (GAAP) refers to accounting principles and practices that are standard in a certain industry. The best way that I know to keep bookkeeping straight is to use an off-the-shelf computer aplikasi accounting acara such as QuickBooks financial software. This way, all you have to do is enter your financial data and the aplikasi does the accounting functions and balances the books and makes it easy for you to: 1. Identify the source of receipts. 2. Keep track of tax-deductible expenses. 3. Document expenses claimed on tax returns. 4. Prepare tax returns. Deduct All Business-Related Travel Expenses Make certain that you deduct the cost of all travel expenses related to running your real estate investment business. The Internal Revenue Service requires that taxpayers maintain automobile mileage logs to document business-related mileage that's claimed on federal tax returns as a business expense. The standard mileage rate that can be deducted from federal taxes for the cost of operating a vehicle on business-related travel changes each tax year. Depreciate All of the Equipment Used in Your Small Business In order for your small business to earn a maximum profit, you must take full advantage of all of the depreciation allowed under the Internal Revenue Code. To do this, make certain that you claim the maximum depreciation allowed on all of the equipment used in your business to include: 1. Office furniture and equipment such as computers, printers, and facsimile machines. 2. Software programs for accounting and word processing. 3. Cellular telephones, telephones, and telephone answering machines. How to Prepare Your Tax Returns For years, I've advised small business owners to hire a tax professional, such as a certified public accountant, board-certified tax attorney, or an enrolled agent, who is licensed to represent taxpayers before all administrative levels of the Internal Revenue Service to prepare their tax returns. I made this recommendation because of the very real possibility that an unreported glitch in an off-the-shelf tax preparation aplikasi acara could cause an investor's tax return to be audited. And then the investor would be on their own, as nomor one from the tax preparation aplikasi company is going to represent them in front of the Internal Revenue Service during an audit. However, I've had a change of heart after using the Turbo Tax Business tax preparation aplikasi program, which is made by Intuit, Inc., to prepare my federal tax returns. I've found Turbo Tax Business to be relatively easy to use and a fast, safe, and economical way for me to prepare my tax returns in the privacy and comfort of my home office. And it's the same tax preparation acara that the enrolled agent, who previously prepared my tax returns, uses. I very seriously doubt that the chance of my taxes being audited has been significantly increased by preparing my own returns. But if you're not comfortable preparing your own tax returns, I recommend that you hire a licensed tax professional to do it for you. For more information of the Turbo Tax Business tax preparation aplikasi program, log onto the Turbo Tax Web site. Use the U.S. Master Tax Guide as a Guide I highly recommend that you use the U.S. Master Tax Guide as your tax reference guide. It's published annually by CCH Tax and Accounting and is available for purchase online at the CCH Tax and Accounting Web site. Thomas J. Lucier is a Serial Entrepreneur and best selling author. Visit [http://www.avoidbadrealtors.com] to read more about Thomas J. Lucier, Small Business Strategist and Dealmaker.
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