News and Articles About Tax Deductions
Ask your accountant these critical questions to better maximize your profits, tax savings, cash flow and more.
Business owners should take a cue from 'bracketologists' and embrace unconventional wisdom when it comes to filing an extension this season.
Take down your tax season stress with answers to five frequently asked questions.
GoDaddy reveals that half of small companies still do taxes by hand and offers advice on how to go digital.
CPAs reveal the big IRS no-no's committed by 'treps
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.
Follow these suggestions in order to optimize what you claim come tax time.
Deducting auto expenses can confound small-business owners, but it doesn't have to. Here's a quick explanation of your options.
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.
Figuring out what you can and can't deduct as a business expense is challenging. These tips help you lower your tax bill without running afoul of the federal tax code.
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 file your taxes just yet. You could save yourself more money by answering these five simple questions.
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.
Congress debates a bill that would extend a research and development tax credit to startups.
The IRS provides a new streamlined option for determining how much you can deduct for your home-office space.
Tax accountant Mark Kohler offers need-to-know advice to business owners.
At the end of the year, a slew of tax breaks are set to expire, effectively increasing your bill to Uncle Sam. Here is a rundown of some of the changes that may not heard about.
Next week, Congress will take up a piece of legislation that would give businesses with fewer than 500 employees a one-year tax break.
Accountant Mark Kohler explains how this write-off can be useful come tax time.
Consider these ideas for tax breaks on your 2011 taxes.