Filing taxes is rarely a task anyone looks forward to, whether for individual or business taxes.
Category: Laws & Legislation
Small business laws and regulations can be cumbersome at best, confusing at worst. Yet the more information you have to demystify business law, the more control is in your hands. With a good accountant and great information, your small business can prosper even as laws and legislation change.
President Donald Trump has promised to change course from the Obama administration on a number of business-related issues, including taxes, health care and regulations. If Trump is able to follow through on his promises, entrepreneurs need to know how these changes will affect them and be prepared for a different business climate from what they’re experiencing now. Throughout […]
The Fed chose not to increase its short-term interest rate, which create greater economic uncertainty among small business owners
Some small business owners might be inclined to delay filing their taxes due to a concern over cash flow issues, but thankfully there are alternative financing options to help them cover these expenses if need be.
Congress made the $500,000 Section 179 tax deduction extension permanent.
Small-business owners go to Washington to urge Congress to enact regulatory reform.
Small-business owners looking to expand or grow operations, should pay attention to what’s happening at the national level, as many market-watchers are trying to predict when the Fed will hike interest rates.
A Section 179 limit was extended for 2014, and what equipment leasing and financing holds in the future might be even better.
Make sure your small business is a step ahead this tax season. There are many potential deductions available, including Section 179 if you leased or financed equipment for your business this year.
Small business owners are facing challenges when it comes to payroll processing and tax compliance.
The U.S. government is in talks with Pacific and European countries to make trade agreements that could benefit small businesses.
Recently, the National Small Business Association released a survey showing that a quarter of small businesses were being hit with health insurance rate increases of at least 20 percent.