Start Now to Save on Small Business Tax Preparation for 2014

Although it seems that tax season just ended, it is important to prepare for the future. Tax preparation is something every business owner should constantly keep in mind, and the 2014 tax season will approach quickly.

Savings in the Fast Lane: Tax Tips for Uber Drivers

Are you one of the millions of Americans using a personal vehicle to make money as an Uber driver? It has become easy to...

Accounting Tips for Seasonal Small Businesses

Do you run a seasonal small business—one where the bulk of your revenue comes in a few months or even weeks? If you do, chances are you are all too aware of the intense nature of the season—a time when you can't possibly keep up with the workload. One of the first things that slides during a crush of activity for many small seasonal businesses is accounting.

Online Sales and Physical Presence Nexus

All of the energy and focus on the Marketplace Fairness Act (MFA) has lulled many online sellers into a false belief that they do not need to collect retail sales tax on their online sales until Congress takes action on the MFA. What many online sellers forget is that states can still require online sellers to collect retail sales tax if the online sellers have physical presence nexus in a state.

How to Deal with an IRS Audit

Do you know what to do if the IRS decides to audit you or your business? If you’re prepared and know what to expect, things will go more smoothly. There are important things you can do starting during your regular filing all the way through your official report.

6 Tax Moves to Make Before the End of the Year

As the hectic holiday season approaches, most people are wondering how they’ll be able to save on holiday shopping rather than what they can...

Valuation of Your Business for Tax Planning

Few business owners relish spending money on something they don’t need. And for most owners, hiring an expert to estimate the value of their...

IRS Reveals 2017 Dirty Dozen Tax Scams

Each and every year, the Internal Revenue Service releases a list of the “dirty dozen” tax scams the agency recommends taxpayers be on the...
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Do’s and Don’ts of Employee Reimbursement

Expense reimbursement is a necessary part of business for many employees and finance managers. To make this aspect of business a little more pain-free, we've compiled a list of do's and don'ts for employee reimbursement

How Much Should You Pay Your Accountant?

Finding the right accountant for your business, but so is making sure you pay the right amount. You don’t want to overpay, but your accountant also needs to hit his or her own income targets. Depending on your business situation and accounting needs, there are several arrangements to choose from.

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