Archives for Taxes
NSBA’s 2018 Small Business Taxation Survey revealed that 64% of small businesses spend at least $1000 on tax administration work. Get all the numbers after the jump.
If you're considering which structure to use for your new small business, it helps to understand the differences between them. Discover the difference between an LLC and S Corp after the jump.
The IRS says scammers are busy this year. Here's the "Dirty Dozen", the top twelve 2018 tax scams aimed at duping you out of your money.
The recently passed Tax Cuts and Jobs Act can mean lots of changes to your return this year. Here's an explanation of the 2 biggest changes can that affect your tax planning for 2018.
The tax reform measures mean some changes in your tax planning. Here are some of the big changes in small business taxes in 2018 to watch out for.
Michael Trabold of Paychex explains how small businesses should handle the new tax act as well as why small business owners should exercise patience.
As with most small business, restaurants are concerned with what they can write off to minimize the revenues that are taxed. To start, they should consider these 10 top tax deductions for restaurant owners.
Intuit's got a couple of new QuickBooks 1099 features to help small businesses that deal with any number of freelancers and contractors.
Give a listen as Ryan Himmel of Xero offers his take on the Trump tax plan small business implications, both the positive and the negative.
Stride and H&R Block have launched a new offering that help you file a self-employed tax return online. Discover the benefits after the jump.