One of the helpful tax planning tools available to fiduciaries of estates and non-grantor trusts is the 663(b) election, also known as the “65-day rule.”
What should you do after you complete your flowcharts? Should you place them on a bookshelf with books you may never read again? Absolutely not. Instead, you should use each flowchart as a tool to strengthen your business.
We often find that business owners are aware that they have Analytics on their site, but admit that they don’t do much with it. To be clear, having them isn’t going to do you much good; it’s what you do with these tools that makes the difference.
When it comes to SEO performance, one mistake we see most often is the failure to use the Google My Business tool. However, this may be the simplest to resolve.
The longer you are in sales or new business development it seems that time becomes increasingly shorter—that’s why it’s important to find ways to be more efficient.
We outline a few of our favorite methods for gathering valuable insight from websites, along with examples that further detail how we put these methods to use.
Google offers several options for customizing your budget as well as your target audience through its AdWords interface. Using these tools can help ensure that you are making the best use of the funds you have allocated to your AdWords program.