News and Articles About Tax Tips
We're more than half way through 2014: Where does your business stand in terms of taxes?
You may just end up saving money along with, you know, providing some good life experience.
Think you need an extension? Don't decide until you weigh the insight of our tax experts.
Business owners should take a cue from 'bracketologists' and embrace unconventional wisdom when it comes to filing an extension this season.
Get through tax time without a migraine or massive fines by avoiding these rookie tax blunders.
These five changes in the federal tax code can impact the bottom line for you and your business. We outline the biggest shifts.
Our experts give you five reasons to reconsider taking the DIY route.
CPAs reveal the big IRS no-no's committed by 'treps
From satellite car radio to breaking bread with a client, there's plenty your business could claim.
Taking some time now to get your finances and taxes in order can bring substantial savings come tax season.
Follow these suggestions in order to optimize what you claim come tax time.
As we head into the holiday season filled with business events and parties, its important to keep in mind that the IRS is strict with its tax-write off standards.
Here are three important tips for how entrepreneurs can avoid getting into trouble with the IRS.
Deducting auto expenses can confound small-business owners, but it doesn't have to. Here's a quick explanation of your options.
Stay calm: It may not be an audit. Get some professional tax advice, gather up your records and respond, says tax expert Barbara Weltman.
Here's a look at your odds of being audited. And how you can tell if you might be next.
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 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.
Here are five recommendations for keeping things copacetic this tax season.