News and Articles About Taxes
Before you file your taxes, maximize your dining write-offs for 2013.
Our experts give you five reasons to reconsider taking the DIY route.
A battle between Hobby Lobby and the U.S. Supreme Court underscores the mounting fines that some companies might face for health reform non-compliance.
March 17 might be the deadline for corporations to file, but an extension could be your best move. Here are the details and tips you should know about the Corporate deadline.
What freelancers don't know can hurt them. Our experts outline the most common tax mistakes.
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
An S-Corp election can save small businesses on certain health care and employment taxes, amounting to thousands for eligible ventures. We explain the advantages.
After a spate of health reform delays, we outline what you're up against.
Symantec cyber-security expert Kevin Haley says small businesses may be more vulnerable to hack attacks during tax season.
From satellite car radio to breaking bread with a client, there's plenty your business could claim.
The March 17 deadline to take the S Corp election is nearly here. We explain who is eligible and how it might benefit you.
If you havent hired a tax professional for your new business, we outline strategies to get you started.
With tax season upon businesses, here are a few ways to make number crunching less daunting.
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.
From an economic and health standpoint, policymakers got it right when it came to sales of recreational cannabis.
This is the month get your 1099s out to your vendors. We break down what you need to know and do.
Most of this administration's policies have been hostile to the interests of Main Street business owners, particularly those running labor-intensive businesses with low-wage employees.
The latest jobs numbers prove a point: Putting government policy over business interests has been a disastrous failure for the American worker.
Only comprehensive reform will prevent businesses that produce the same profits through the same activities from paying vastly different tax rates.
Tax policy is now being applied unevenly to large swaths of the population, as more people are now eligible to avoid getting health coverage for another year.
To here many pundits talk, business owners and the wealthy aren't paying enough in taxes. The numbers show the opposite is true.
To exercise an option on 60 million Facebook shares, Mark Zuckerberg needs to raise $2.3 billion just to pay the IRS.
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.
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