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5 Tax-Reporting Tips for U.S. Entrepreneurs Doing Business Overseas
Tax Tips

5 Tax-Reporting Tips for U.S. Entrepreneurs Doing Business Overseas

These tips take into account recent tax-reporting rules and reforms affecting U.S. entrepreneurs.
Joshua Ashman and Ephraim Moss
Getting Rid Of Pesky IRS Penalties
Taxes

Getting Rid Of Pesky IRS Penalties

The savings can certainly add up. Interest and penalties can even exceed the tax owed.
Tom Taulli
What to Do If You Get a Notice From the IRS
Taxes

What to Do If You Get a Notice From the IRS

Little is less welcome than a letter from IRS but there are ways to mitigate the costs and lessen the stress.
Tom Taulli
U.S. Judge Rules Texas Tycoon Committed Tax Fraud
Fraud

U.S. Judge Rules Texas Tycoon Committed Tax Fraud

Judge Barbara Houser ruled that there was 'clear and convincing evidence' Sam Wyly committed tax fraud, rejecting his arguments that he relied on professional advisers to vet the offshore system.
IRS Expects Minimal Delays to Tax Refunds After Server Crash
Technology

IRS Expects Minimal Delays to Tax Refunds After Server Crash

The glitch has blocked providers from sending the returns to government since yesterday
Steve Dent
6 Ways R&D Tax Credits Can Help Save You Money
Make More Happen

6 Ways R&D Tax Credits Can Help Save You Money

Don't be afraid to apply for research and development benefits if they apply to your current professional projects.
Chai Hoang
What One Man's Fight Against the IRS Teaches Us About Entrepreneurship
Obituaries

What One Man's Fight Against the IRS Teaches Us About Entrepreneurship

Irwin Schiff's wrongheaded pursuit of fighting federal taxes left a lasting legacy for modern business owners.
Ray Hennessey
Be Ready to Pay Your Taxes Earlier or It Will Cost You More
IRS

Be Ready to Pay Your Taxes Earlier or It Will Cost You More

You probably didn't hear about the changes in tax law affecting entrepreneurs because it looks like Congress didn't want you to.
Cameron Keng
IRS Says Cyberattacks Were More Extensive Than Previously Thought
Cyber Attacks

IRS Says Cyberattacks Were More Extensive Than Previously Thought

A new review has identified 220,000 additional data breaches.
5 Smart Ways to Deter Identity Theft
Identity Theft

5 Smart Ways to Deter Identity Theft

Don't forget that the bad guys are always out there. Stop them cold with these preventive measures.
John Hewitt
IRS Hack Affects More Than 100,000 Taxpayers
Security

IRS Hack Affects More Than 100,000 Taxpayers

While its main computer was unaffected, the agency has shut down the breached application.
Nina Zipkin
Avoid These 5 Small-Business HR Mistakes
Managing Employees

Avoid These 5 Small-Business HR Mistakes

Not heeding these warnings can lead to costly mistakes, such as litigation and employee turnover.
Andre Lavoie
The Steep Cost of Filing Your Taxes Late
Taxes

The Steep Cost of Filing Your Taxes Late

The IRS has an unofficial policy of cutting entrepreneurs a one-time break on late filing fees, but it's better not to count on it.
Cameron Keng
Will You Have to Pay an Obamacare Fine?
Obamacare

Will You Have to Pay an Obamacare Fine?

The deadline to sign up for an insurance plan is coming up soon. Anyone without one is subject to a fine.
Tom Taulli