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Finance

Why Tax Reform Could Mean Bigger Bills for Businesses

Changes to interest expense and qualified expense deductions could mean surprises for some owners.

SCOTUS Declines to Hear Challenge to Anti-Cannabis Tax Provision

Section 280E was written with to preclude drug dealers from taking business deductions but has used mostly against the legal marijuana industry.

7 Things You Should Know About Cryptocurrency Taxes

Taxes are just around the corner, including for cryptocurrency.

Your Taxes Are Done but Are You Getting Your Money's Worth From Your Accountant?

If all your accountant does is make sure you don't get audited by the IRS, it's time to find a better accountant.

10 Tax-Savings Hacks That Small Business Owners Often Miss

Approximately 93 percent of small business owners in one small survey overpaid their taxes over the past dozen years. Don't be one of them.

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