Contending with taxes can be a headache for small business owners, especially when the new year brings in a lot of additions and alterations to the tax code. Having a strong grasp of what’s different for filing your business taxes in 2017 means you’re more informed and can make better decisions about doing them yourself,… Read more »
Tax season is officially here. For such an important task that every business owner must address, filing taxes can be exceptionally complicated. Because of the difficult-to-navigate tax landscape, billions of dollars in penalties are issued to small businesses every year, Bloomberg reported. Fortunately, you can keep your company safe from IRS fines simply by being… Read more »
Filing taxes is rarely a task anyone looks forward to, whether for individual or business taxes.
Small business owners can potentially alleviate significant tax burdens with the right business structure.
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.
2016 brings with it new tax changes that small business owners need to understand.
Small business owners need to review last year’s performance and prepare for any major decisions in the new year, such as applying for a small business loan.
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.
Business owners must evaluate and revise their business plans each year, and 2015 is no exception. Don’t worry if you haven’t yet set forth your business plan for 2015, February is not too late. Here are 5 tips to assist you in creating your 2015 business plan.
Tax season has another hidden cost for business owners while preparing and filing their documents: time.