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ACCOUNTINGJun 18 2020As restaurants re-open, there will be key foundational tasks they’ll need to do to make sure re-opening goes smoothly. At Oyster Sunday, we’ve created a comprehensive playbook for you to do just that. We provide a checklist of all the items you need to cover from finance and accounting, to operations and HR, to marketing, communications, and technology, to compliance, insurance, and facilities.
ACCOUNTINGApr 07 2020If you need a quick way to accept donations on your website, we’ll walk through the process from start to finish.
TAXESFeb 18 2020Tax season. Every small business owner seems to wince, cringe, or flinch at those two words. Some even do all three. But, tax season doesn't have to be painful.
ACCOUNTINGJan 16 2020Learn how to use accounting statements to help you make business decisions based on the health of your company, not emotion or guesswork.
ACCOUNTINGOct 18 2019An invoice is perhaps the most important document you produce for your business. Learn what an invoice is, why it's important, and the three things you need to consider when creating your invoice layout.
ACCOUNTINGMay 17 2019Hiring your first employee is a significant milestone on the road to small-business success. It also comes with a whole new set of responsibilities. Luckily, there are tools that can help you meet these challenges and set you up for success.
TAXESJan 03 2019For many small business owners, tax season can be a painful process full of questions and uncertainty. There can be a lot of guessing involved when it comes to filing your return, but it shouldn’t be that way. Here are some of the most common mistakes business owners make during tax season, and how to avoid them.
TAXESDec 07 2018All business owners pay taxes. But a bit of research by you and your accounting professionals can help you avoid paying more in tax than you absolutely have to.
TAXESAug 21 2018Chances are when you think of "tax filing", you think of April. But did you know that January is in fact the busiest sales tax filing month of the year?