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Sample Employee Review Template

[memberonly level=“Group Membership for Businesses of 2-5 individuals, Student, Individual or Solo-Preneur”] Below is a sample annual (or other timeline such as 3 month, 6 months, etc.) review template for your employee(s). Document your employee reviews and keep in a…

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3 ways to (potentially) lower your taxes

This advice adapted from material provided by one of our partners, Ameriprise. Log into your IPIA membership account to contact them for information specific to your situation, US-only. If you are a pole business owner, pole studio owner, stripper/SWer, performer,…

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When to switch your LLC to an S-Corp?

When you first start your business (in the United States, in most states), you don’t need to have any sort of official, legal entity. Many businesses may choose to create an LLC as basic legal protection which requires very little…

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Pole dancer inverted on stage.

Saving strategies for pole business owners

Saving is often not the first thing new business owners think of when starting their pole-based business, especially if your new business is a side hustle. Even before your business starts to grow, it’s important to start thinking about preparing…

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Instructor assists students with handstands.

Is your pole dance business prepared for tax time?

Please note, this article is about taxes in the United States (US). It may contain general useful information if you are outside of the US. Always refer to updated tax law in your jurisdiction and work with a certified tax…

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