News and Articles About Taxes
A few days after the House introduced its tax-cut proposal for small businesses, the Senate responded with its own plan to reduce the tax burden on the coveted demographic.
Next week, Congress will take up a piece of legislation that would give businesses with fewer than 500 employees a one-year tax break.
Have you been considering a health savings account? Here, accountant Mark Kohler explains the advantages.
Tarrifs raise the price of imported goods, which can hurt not only the sales of exporters but also can the local businesses in the importing country.
Accountant Mark Kohler shares tips for how to steer clear of this tax time no-no.
Accountant Mark Kohler explains how this write-off can be useful come tax time.
Consider these ideas for tax breaks on your 2011 taxes.
Before you file your taxes, watch out for these common red flags that could draw unwanted attention by the IRS.
Frustrated or tired of using your current accounting tool? You might want to give one of these a try.
The tax-filing process for a one-person business can be intimidating the first time around. These tips will alert you to some of the nuances.
Accountant Mark Kohler explains the three rules for how to maximize this credit.
The Presidential candidates will likely add to their reform agendas in the weeks ahead. But here's a look at the candidates' existing small-business tax plans.
Think your credit card statement is enough to verify business expenses to the IRS? Think again.
It's tax season -- time to ponder that annual conundrum: How much of my vehicle usage can I claim as a business expense?
The Obama administration's 2013 budget includes a proposal to make health-care tax credits available to another 140,000 small businesses.
Some small businesses may need to declare added income on their 2011 returns. Here's what you need to know if do business on eBay or Etsy.
From estate planning to health care, here's how to prepare for next year's tax time.
Consider these last-minute tax-saving strategies for small businesses -- before it's too late.
The two-month temporary extension of the payroll tax cut was finally signed into law, keeping an average of $40 per paycheck in the pocket of working Americans.
Policymakers fail to see how a surcharge tax on the wealthy could hurt the employment and economic growth that small businesses generate.
The new bipartisan "Super Committee" could trim the deficit by enacting tax measures that hurt franchise operators who file as individuals, the International Franchise Association says.
Area businesses call protestors camping in a lower Manhattan park a menace. Lost sales are only the half of it.
President Obama is expected to propose offering to trim the amount of payroll taxes employers pay. Here are five things business owners can expect if it passes.
New help on the way for small-business owners as the Obama administration works to keep the recovery from heading back into a nosedive.
You might save a bundle if you carefully consider your business expenses for possible deductions for taxes.
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