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Is a C-Corp or S-Corp Right for Your Salt Lake County Business?

With our nation celebrating its 242nd birthday, and all of this talk about "independence" flying around, I have a question for you -- one that I think you should think hard about: Are you achieving the independence you wanted in your Salt Lake County business? As you...

IRS Audit Process – What Salt Lake County Businesses Should Know

If you sell goods online, you are probably aware of the "sales tax earthquake" that rumbled forth from the highest court last week in Washington. In South Dakota v. Wayfair Inc., the court ruled that states and municipalities could now require online retailers to...

Thinking Bigger About Your Salt Lake County Business

Beware of the "summer sloth". Instead of falling into that trap, what if you take this season to clear away the garbage and focus on what's really on your plate, and what you really need to grow? You see, running a Salt Lake County business with success requires more...

Financial Behaviors For Salt Lake County Business Owners (Part 2)

For many Salt Lake County business owners, the Memorial Day weekend is sometimes one that can feel a little lonely. While many of those around you are floating on a boat with a fishing pole in the water, or firing up the backyard grill, there you are in the office or...

How Money Works For Salt Lake County Business Owners (Part 1)

Sometimes it feels like all we face is turmoil. And this feeling is not restricted to those Salt Lake County businesses who survive "month-to-month". Even the best-capitalized among us can get trapped by the ever-increasing cycle of impending doom. This is especially...

Janet Behm’s Four Keys To Smarter Interview Questions

Firstly, with the advent of technology like Google's new "Duplex" system, it's going to reach a point (sooner than we realize) that Salt Lake County businesses like yours -- and mine -- will have less use for employees that are mere "order takers" or who don't engage...