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Athletes Are Also Entrepreneurs: 3 Tax Lessons from the Women's World Cup
Winning a game in another country, even another state, may bring you accolades, but also unexpected tax bills.
Will the 'Game of Thrones' Heir Still Be a Winner When it Comes to Taxes?
Chances are, the Westeros Revenue Service (WRS) has its eye on that dagger, Catspaw, for gift taxes; and what with all the deaths that have occurred, don't get us started on estate taxes.
The 3 New Tax Law Deductions You Probably Missed This Tax Season
Entrepreneurs can "save way more money and pay way less taxes" in 2019. But first they have to understand the new deductions.
5 Legal Deductions for Entrepreneurs With the New Tax Law's 'Consumption' Approach
Here's how to maximize your business deductions for inventory, automobiles, equipment, real estate and energy.
These Are the Coolest Tax Deductions You're Missing Out On
You might be surprised to learn what you can write off.
Under New Tax Law, You May No Longer Be Able to Write Off Those Client and Employee Perks
Changes to the way business meals and entertainment expenses are deducted could have major implications for your business.
There's a $2.5B Savings for Franchisees in the New Tax Law
Consult your accountant, but an income pass-through shows promise for franchisees.
Want to Lower Your Taxes? Make the Most of Retirement Planning Tools Like 401(k)s and IRAs.
If you have yet to file your 2017 taxes, here are some key strategies that may help you come out ahead this tax season.
The Impact of the Senate and House Tax Bills on the Small-Business Owner
Plus, 10 things small-business owners should demand from lawmakers in the final bill.