Are Sharing-Economy Workers Contractors or Employees?
Companies in the booming sharing economy depend on contractors who may legally qualify as full time employees. The distinction is crucial for both workers and their employers.
W-2 or 1099? Why It Pays to Classify Your Employees Correctly.
At stake are taxes for the employer and sick days, vacation and other benefits for the employee.
K-12 Curriculum Needs a Major Overhaul to Develop Entrepreneurship Skills
We need to rethink how we teach children if we are to graduate adults who can fill the available jobs and grow the economy larger.
Will Your Business Fall Victim to the Dreaded Tax Audit?
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.
What To Do If You Receive a 1099-K Notice From the IRS
Stay calm: It may not be an audit. Get some professional tax advice, gather up your records and respond, says tax expert Barbara Weltman.
Online Sellers Brace for a New Tax Filing Requirement
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.
Congress Moves to Cut Controversial 1099 Provision
The Senate overwhelmingly voted to repeal a controversial provision within the health-care law.
Three Online Tax Resources for Small-Business Owners
Looking for ways to make Tax Day a little less painful? These websites might have what you need.