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The IRS Has Put a Stop to this Obamacare Workaround
Obamacare

The IRS Has Put a Stop to this Obamacare Workaround

Those planning to send staffers to individual health exchanges with pre-tax funds might face some unpleasant surprises come tax-time.
Arlene Weintraub
Employee or Contractor? Here's a Cheat Sheet on Classification. (Infographic)
Employees

Employee or Contractor? Here's a Cheat Sheet on Classification. (Infographic)

If you inadvertently classify an employee as a contractor in the hopes of saving money, you may be putting your business in serious danger.
Catherine Clifford
Why You Should Integrate a Family Trust with Your Business
Finance

Why You Should Integrate a Family Trust with Your Business

Utilizing a Revocable Living Trust can be an affordable way to ensure your business passes effectively to your family or loved ones upon your death.
Mark J. Kohler
What Your CPA Isn't Telling You
Accountants

What Your CPA Isn't Telling You

At Entrepreneur magazine's Growth Conference this year, CPA and attorney Mark Kohler explained to an audience of entrepreneurs the importance of finding the right accountant for your business.
Andrea Huspeni
4 Factors for Hiring Overseas Employees
Hiring

4 Factors for Hiring Overseas Employees

Getting ready to hire overseas? Understand four key areas before you take the plunge.
Gwen Moran
Franchisees: How Well Do You Know Your State's Tax Code?
Legal Center

Franchisees: How Well Do You Know Your State's Tax Code?

If take-and-back pizza franchisees don't know their state's sales tax and food stamps laws, they can lose big.
Kate Taylor
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Why Americans Don't Want to Start New Businesses
Entrepreneurship

Why Americans Don't Want to Start New Businesses

New data show new business growth has slowed since 2008. It shouldn't be hard to see why.
Ray Hennessey
The Surprising Benefits of Hiring Your Kids
Family

The Surprising Benefits of Hiring Your Kids

You may just end up saving money along with, you know, providing some good life experience.
Aaron Young
States With the Lowest Corporate Income Tax Rates (Infographic)
Infographics

States With the Lowest Corporate Income Tax Rates (Infographic)

The nation's most tax-friendly states for business owners include Nevada, South Dakota and Wyoming.
Geoff Weiss
Ignore that Accounting Problem -- At Your Own Risk
Accounting

Ignore that Accounting Problem -- At Your Own Risk

If you discovered an issue, don't let it fester like an open wound, take care of it as soon as possible.
Amrik Randhawa
Self-Made Billionaires Around the Globe: Where and Why They Thrive (Infographic)
Global Entrepreneurship

Self-Made Billionaires Around the Globe: Where and Why They Thrive (Infographic)

The London-based Centre for Policy Studies took a look at so-called 'SuperEntrepreneurs' and the government and policy infrastructures that best support them.
Catherine Clifford
What I Learned From a Two-Year IRS Audit
Tax Center

What I Learned From a Two-Year IRS Audit

These lessons learned can help you navigate the audit process.
Garland William Binns III
Is Your Company a Good Fit for an Employee Stock Ownership Plan?
Employee Benefits

Is Your Company a Good Fit for an Employee Stock Ownership Plan?

This setup grants tax advantages while enabling workers to receive valuable stock in the firm when they retire.
Howard J. Levine
8 Steps to Take Before Opening the Doors of Your Nonprofit
Legal Center

8 Steps to Take Before Opening the Doors of Your Nonprofit

Before you can start the hard word of raising money for your mission, there are a few things you need to put in place to help guarantee your nonprofit's success.
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