Creative Entrepreneurs in the Face of COVID-19

By | April 9th, 2020|Business, Business Coaching|

Creative entrepreneurs are coming out of the woodwork in the face of COVID-19. Life as we know it has changed dramatically. But that doesn’t mean your business has to close. Things are challenging now, but the entrepreneurial life is one that’s always been full of challenges.   Entrepreneurs in many different industries are pivoting so they can continue working. Here are some examples we love. Eat-In to Delivery With government requirements still in place to remain socially distant, businesses that rely on social activities have been forced to close. But that isn’t the case for all businesses in the entertainment industry.  Many [...]

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Should I Incorporate my Small Business? (3 min read)

By | October 25th, 2016|Uncategorized|

By Alissa Bryden, CPA, CA, Owner of Virtual Heights Accounting Many small business owners are very excited about their new business and think that incorporating is the first step. Incorporating too early can be a costly decision. I would estimate a corporation costs (on average) about $2,000 more per year than a sole proprietorship in accounting and legal fees. My first advice is to talk to a professional. More than this, get them to explain why they think you should incorporate or not. This decision should be based on the facts of the situation and no two businesses, or owners, are [...]

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