Measure, Adjust, Repeat: The Value of Website Analytics

Imagine you opened a store—say, a supermarket filled with fresh produce and household products. As the owner of this store, you would naturally check the register at the end of the day to find out how much money you'd made and how many total sales you'd completed. You would also carefully track the inventory to find out which items were selling and which were collecting dust on the shelves.

Maximize Deductions, Minimize Penalties: 3 Small Business Tax Issues You Should Know For 2016

Nothing is certain but death… and changes in the tax code. Even if you pay a hefty sum to an accountant to handle your books and tax filings, it's important that every small business owner be aware of key changes in policy that could impact your bottom line. If you're not paying attention to relevant legislation in Washington, you could miss out on a huge deduction—or incur a huge penalty.