News and Articles About Taxes
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.
Distinguishing between independent contractors and employees properly means covering all your bases. Here are five important steps to take.
Maintaining an alliance with small-business owners is in the best interests of big-business leaders. Instead, there is a fight brewing.
Is your accounting software beautiful? New Zealand-based Xero thinks it should be.
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.
Many small business owners don't take full advantage of this deduction. Check out this video for more information on maximizing your write-offs and saving taxes.
You don't want your family to fight after you're gone, and you don't want the IRS to claim more than is necessary during the transition. Here are a few basics rules of thumb for creating a succession plan.
Most folks don't think about taxes until the spring, but October has some important tax deadlines for business owners.
If your business is involved in green design or construction, you could be leaving hundreds of thousands of dollars in tax write-offs on the table. Here's how to stop.
This interactive graphic offers an in-depth look at how each state stacks up in terms of home prices, employment, tax burdens and more.
Don't let bookkeeping duties slide because they are a crucial part of running your business smoothly. Here are five ways to manage your books without draining your time.
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.
When the U.S. government is hurting for pennies, you'd better mind your Ps and Qs.
The IRS is sending letters to tens of thousands of small businesses asking if they are underreporting revenue, according to new reports.
A look at how businesses can cash in on the upcoming sales-tax holidays around the U.S.
Rather than robbing jobs, increased growth overseas actually helps companies domestically, which is good for both employees and investors.
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.
To ease the pain of doing your taxes later, here are some good-accounting practices to implement now.
Here's a look at your odds of being audited. And how you can tell if you might be next.
With this year's tax season happily in your rearview, now's the time to make your next tax time easier. Here are some tips.
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 report by U.S. Bank cites economic uncertainty as a top challenge for business owners when considering the future of their companies.
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