News and Articles About IRS
If youre one of the millions getting tax credits to help pay health-insurance premiums under Obamacare, you might want to do some tax planning now or you might be in for an unwelcome surprise.
Seven steps to get you through the ordeal.
Sure, you're idea is unique but how businesses survive, or don't, is the same for everybody.
We're more than half way through 2014: Where does your business stand in terms of taxes?
Those planning to send staffers to individual health exchanges with pre-tax funds might face some unpleasant surprises come tax-time.
While many of us scramble to file on time and avoid penalties, an internal investigation has revealed that IRS workers who owed back taxes were actually given bonuses.
Get through tax time without a migraine or massive fines by avoiding these rookie tax blunders.
In a historic ruling, the IRS said Bitcoin is property, not currency, and will be taxed as such. Here's what you need to know.
Our experts give you five reasons to reconsider taking the DIY route.
CPAs reveal the big IRS no-no's committed by 'treps
The March 17 deadline to take the S Corp election is nearly here. We explain who is eligible and how it might benefit you.
Even if you have all of your ducks in a row, the IRS could hand select your return to be audited. Here are some reasons why.
Our ethics coach takes your questions about under-the-table payments, planned obsolescence and price transparency.
A wise person learns from someone else's experiences, so there's no excuse to repeat these business blunders.
Here are three important tips for how entrepreneurs can avoid getting into trouble with the IRS.
Distinguishing between independent contractors and employees properly means covering all your bases. Here are five important steps to take.
Getting a letter from the IRS can be a panic-inducing experience. Here's how to handle it and calm your nerves.
There's a right way and a wrong way to staff up for the holidays. Here are a few tips for keeping you on track and out of the IRS's headlights.
Mixing business expenses with your personal life can get messy fast.
Don't get yourself in trouble with the IRS. Here's how to make sure you stay on top of tax deposits.
Stay calm: It may not be an audit. Get some professional tax advice, gather up your records and respond, says tax expert Barbara Weltman.
When the U.S. government is hurting for pennies, you'd better mind your Ps and Qs.
The IRS is sending letters to tens of thousands of small businesses asking if they are underreporting revenue, according to new reports.
The IRS provides a new streamlined option for determining how much you can deduct for your home-office space.