Small Business Owners Have a Lot to Consider in Tax Filing

February 6, 2014 – Portland, OR – Cascade Business Support, a Lake Oswego tax preparation & business accounting company plays advocate and strategist to small businesses during confusing times.
PORTLAND, Ore. - Feb. 5, 2014 - PRLog -- “While high-income earners in Oregon will see a new tax for 2013 filings, the biggest change last year was the Affordable Care Act. Business compliance was delayed, yet the reality is that all individuals will need to look at options if they haven’t already,” says Steve Abrew, Cascade Business Support founder.

On top of health care, Steve recognizes that small business owners have a lot to consider. Often, owners are the people in charge of every part of the business. From marketing, to human resources owners have a lot of responsibilities. But how much should one person be in charge of, especially when our governments make changes that affect our financial picture often times without us knowing it?

“Your books are a foundational piece of your success, and every owner should carefully consider the role they play in keeping the accounting part of the company on a strategic, straight, mvfg and efficient path,” he shares. “Your books are how you define your business come tax time.”

Since 2008, Steve has been helping his clients navigate the economy. “Keeping good data helps you make good decisions moving forward,” he says. “Don’t react - plan! The longer we wait, the shorter time we have to respond effectively.”

Contact Steve Abrew with further questions: (; 503-675-7000.

Steve Abrew
Source:Cascade Business Support
Tags:Taxes, Bookkeeping, Small Business, Accounting
Industry:Accounting, Business
Location:Portland - Oregon - United States
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