While we can be certain that we’ll face taxes from time to time, that doesn’t mean that the rules will stay the same from year to year.Let’s take a look at a few of the changes that you may see when you do taxes this year.
If you ever aren’t sure on something a friend tells you about your taxes, always make sure to check the IRS site. If you can’t find the answer there, look to someone who is supposed to know tax laws before deducting anything on your taxes.
If you plan to start a new business, or you’ve just opened your doors, it is important for you to know your federal tax responsibilities. Here are five basic tips the IRS provides that can help you get started.
Tax deductions can be quite valuable, because they reduce taxable income for the year. For example, a self-employed individual or independent contractor in the 25% tax bracket can save $25 in income tax for every $100 in deductions, while also saving as much as $15 in self-employment taxes for every $100 deduction from taxable income.
At first glance, it might seem that the government shutdown will affect only those small businesses that sell products or services to the federal government or one of its agencies. According to Gary Milkwick, CPA and Vice President at 1800Accountant, there are three surprising ways the government shutdown is likely to affect small businesses.
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