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.
Grading the Tax Cut and Jobs Act: What It Means for Small-Business Owners
I'm a CPA and attorney who's read every page of the new bill, and here's what you need to know.
5 Reasons Entrepreneurs Should Hire Their Children
Tax breaks help you afford to be the family hero.
Trump's Tax Plan Could Help Businesses, But Questions Remain
Any proposed legislation on tax reform will likely only use the plan as an opening bid where much more detail will be necessary.
Wanted: Creative Solutions to Shape a Workable Future
Changes in the world economy drag us all into new roles and unfamiliar arrangements. Some go kicking and screaming, while others see the answer to their prayers.
4 Relatively Painless Ways to Make Your Business Tax Debt Go Bye-Bye
The IRS is hiring agents -- which means it will likely get more aggressive with business owners
As Trump Rolls On, Fixing Tax Loopholes Is a Clear Priority
Donald Trump used Super Tuesday to highlight his plans to repatriate overseas profits and compel American companies to stay put.
Irish Tax Changes May Cost U.S. Companies Like Apple and Google Billions of Dollars
Although, a new break and pressure to tackle tax avoidance elsewhere means they are unlikely to decamp.
The 3 Most Common Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make on Their Taxes
CPAs reveal the big IRS no-no's committed by 'treps
San Francisco to Tax Google, Facebook for Using City Bus Stops
The Wi-Fi-equipped commuter shuttle buses offered up by tech giants such as Google, Yahoo, Apple and Facebook are now going to be taxed based on the number of stops they make in city bus zones.