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7 Tax Breaks for Startup Entrepreneurs to Take Advantage of in 2019

The deadline for the 2018 tax year is fast approaching. Will you (and your startup) get the returns you deserve for next year?

Lucas Miller

· 6 min read

TaxSlayer Offers a More Cost-Effective Way to File This Tax Season

Dreading tax season? Sign up for TaxSlayer to take the hassle out of filing.

Entrepreneur Store

· 3 min read

Here Are the Benefits of Multiple LLCs or Corporations for Your Businesses

Entrepreneurs running several companies under one LLC may benefit from creating multiple corporations.

James Parsons

· 4 min read

This Ingenious $89 Service Pairs You with a CPA for Tax Season

Your Visor advisor will do your taxes and optimize your returns for you.

Entrepreneur Store

· 3 min read

Why Entrepreneurs in 2019 Should Play the 'Chess' Version of Taxes, Not the 'Checkers' One

Before embarking on this year's game of taxes, review your strategy so that every transaction puts money back into your pocket.

Tom Wheelwright

· 5 min read

Do You Know the Sales Tax Rules for the States in Your Supply Chain? If Not, It Could Be Costly.

Some states are aggressively collecting sales tax as a way to raise funds.

Sharon Ackerman

· 4 min read

Tax Deductions 2018: 42 Tax Write-Offs You May Not Know About

Know these 2018 tax deduction changes when filing in 2019.

GOBankingRates

· 13 min read

Tackle Your Taxes Like a Pro

Self-employed workers need to plan ahead and stay organized throughout the year.

Matthew Baker

· 5 min read

How Entrepreneurs Can Significantly Reduce 2018 Taxes by Choosing the Right Business Entity

Move now to evaluate your filing options as: 1) a self-employed individual; 2) an S Corp; 3) a C Corp; or 4) an LLC

Tom Wheelwright

· 6 min read

Changing Your Business to C Corp Status Could Save You Money, But Is It Right for You?

A lot depends on whether you plan to sell soon or hold onto the firm.

Kurt Piwko

· 5 min read

Feeling Confused by the New Tax Law's Small Business Provision? You're Not Alone.

The IRS charges 5 percent interest on underpayments, so miscalculating a quarterly payment could have serious ramifications. But what if you don't know what that quarterly payment should be?

Anne Zimmerman

· 6 min read

How Amazon and Entrepreneurs Can Pay Zero Federal Income Tax, and Do So Legally

To learn how they, too, can pay no taxes, entrepreneurs should closely review all the things the government wants them to do.

Tom Wheelwright

· 5 min read