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Tax reform is happening. Kind of. And slowly. Here are some predictions of how it might all play out.
There are changes to how you can deduct the home space you use for your business. Here's what you need to know.
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Most folks don't think about taxes until the spring, but October has some important tax deadlines for business owners.
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.
Increasingly, marijuana is seen as a potentially big financial opportunity. But the tax man is making it a business buzz-kill.
New York state financial regulators have issued subpoenas asking Bitcoin-related companies for information into whether safeguards are in place to prevent the virtual currency from being used in illegal activities such as money laundering.
While some lawmakers are quick to join in the chorus of complaints about 'Big Oil', it's companies like Exxon that send the bags of cash to Washington for Congress to squander, writes Ray Hennessey.
There is a load of hoopla over the latest Powerball jackpot, now up to $235 million. But from a business standpoint, these kinds of lottery awards can be nothing but trouble.
The Congressional Budget Office estimates the increased cost of giving large employers an additional year before they are hit with fines.
When it comes to the increased trend of adding part-time jobs under Obamacare, what looks like a 'win-win' is actually a 'lose-lose' for businesses.
A look at how small businesses can take advantage of the research and development tax credit to cut their taxes and improve their bottom lines.
Here's a look at your odds of being audited. And how you can tell if you might be next.
A bill which would end tax-free online shopping moves on to the House of Representatives, where it is likely to be met with resistance from anti-tax Republicans.
The Senate is expected to vote on the Marketplace Fairness Act of 2013 this week. If passed, online retailers would have to collect sales tax in all states, even if they don't have a physical footprint in the state.
A new taxation survey finds that the administrative burdens of paying taxes are more significant than the financial burdens. Here are a few tips on how to keep the time devoted to your taxes to a minimum.
Don't feel pressured to file by April 15. If you're scrambling to get your taxes done this weekend, you might be better off filing for an extension. Here's how to do it the right way.
You have one week left to get your taxes done, but that doesn't mean you have to scramble. Here are some simple strategies to make the process go smoothly.
Don't file your taxes just yet. You could save yourself more money by answering these five simple questions.
Follow these simple rules to maximize your money--while staying on the IRS's good side.
With tax deadlines fast approaching, here's an important look forward at the tax implications of Obamacare on your business.
At tax time, novice entrepreneurs will quickly find out just how complex the U.S. tax system is. But don't let that stop you from taking advantage of a few key tax deductions.
April 15th is right around the corner. Here's how to minimize what you owe to Uncle Sam.
Your accountant will love you if you follow these record-keeping basics. And auditors will have less cause for concern.