Thomas Stapp joined Stapp Financial in May of 2017, after graduating from Baylor University with his B.B.A. in Financial Services & Planning. His work at the firm includes developing financial plans and assisting clients with their financial future. For professional development, he is working toward acquiring the CFP® (Certified Financial Planning) certification. In his free time, Thomas enjoys participating in sports, exercising, and going to local events. During the winter season, you can find him on the ski slopes.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday need no introduction, but for small business owners it’s all about Small Business Saturday—an annual holiday shopping tradition that gets communities out in support of their local small businesses. Small Business Saturday falls on November 24 this year, so if you haven’t already…start getting the word out.
The Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act of 2015 requires Forms 1099-MISC reporting non-employee compensation (NEC) in box 7 to be filed by January 31.
Small business owners in many communities offer downtown trick or treat events. Take advantage of this opportunity to build your business reputation. Involvement in local events goes a long way with both existing and prospective customers—indicating a vested interest in your community. Find creative ways to make your business stand out this trick-or-treat season. We hope the following suggestions will spark fun promotional ideas: