Month: June 2015

Owner’s Draw in Business

Owner's Draw

When an owner of a small business operation transfers money from the business bank account to their personal bank account the transaction is commonly referred to as a ‘Draw’. There are other terms but this is the traditional word used.  The technical definition is: ‘A transfer of earnings from the business on behalf of the owner is referred to as a draw’.

Project Reports – Introduction

Project Reports

There are basically three groups of financial based project reports.  Each set has its own priorities and purposes.  Project reports are a function of production reporting with the exception of the balance sheet set (commonly used for cash flow purposes). 

Owner Compensation in an S-Corporation

Owner Compensation

One of the tax attributes of an S-Corporation over other forms of tax entities is the ability to reduce the overall tax obligation.  Naturally the lower the overall tax requirement the more profit generated for the owner(s).  The S-Corporation allows an owner to reduce their tax responsibility via the compensation package assigned to the owner.

Roofer – Business Dynamics

Roofer

Roofers depend heavily on labor to accomplish their task.  They are also highly susceptible to weather conditions and dangerous situations.  There are a multitude of issues they face.  If properly managed, an owner of a roofing company can make a good living and profit.  Experience is absolutely the best ally for the roofer.

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