News and Articles About Taxes
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.
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.
Your accountant will love you if you follow these record-keeping basics. And auditors will have less cause for concern.
Why you should open up to potential hires, how you should approach influential people, the importance of listening to your fans and more: our best tips of the week.
Here are five recommendations for keeping things copacetic this tax season.
The Internal Revenue Service scrutinizes the use of contractors carefully, so don't let worker-classification rules trip you up or you could wind up extra taxes, penalties and interest. Here's how to avoid tax problems with 1099 workers.
Entrepreneurs Like Obama's Call for Tax Reform, Immigration Overhaul and Deficit Accord -- Minimum-Wage Hike, Not So Much
In his first State of the Union Address of his second term, the President touched on a handful of issues that matter to the U.S. small-business community.
Here is a rundown of what entrepreneurs will be listening for from the President in his annual address to Congress.
The liberal activist recently proposed using multinationals' overseas cash to fund U.S. small businesses.
Seed-stage companies had a particularly rough go in 2012, and money will likely to be sparser in 2013.
Say goodbye to your box of receipts -- here is a breakdown of which financial documents you really need to hold on to and which ones you can shred.
Follow these tips for using the popular accounting software right.
While you may think of accountants as numbers people, a good accountant does more than just crunch the numbers. Here's what to ask to find the best one.
Tax accountant Mark Kohler offers need-to-know advice to business owners.
While the political compromise in Washington might have been an overall plus for the U.S. economy, the measures are likely to damp small-business employment.
Here's what entrepreneurs need to know about the American Taxpayer Relief Act.
New IRS-approved web filing options make filing 1099 forms a breeze.
Given the business outlook for the coming year, it's hard to find any winners and the list of losers is long.
This time of year may be about giving, but don't forget to devote plenty of time to getting your books in order. Here are a few often-missed year-end accounting tasks.
As Republicans and Democrats lock horns in Washington over tax thresholds, small business owners say they just need some clarity.
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