News and Articles About Taxes
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.
There's a fine line between business and pleasure when you're talking entertainment expenses. Learn what you can and can't deduct.
Before you pay for an out-of-state registration for your business, consider the pitfalls.
Some deductions may be worth a second look. Then there are those you want to be extra careful about.
Failing to track expenses and take certain deductions can cost your business money.
What to do when you can't pay the taxes you owe by April.
How to find a tax pro who will find the maximum savings for your business.
Years of losses can leave some owners with nothing more than a hobby. Here's how to turn your fun venture into an enterprise.
How to take advantage of the new legislation affecting your small business.
For once, a cell tax is being lifted. But don't count on such future luck.