While it may seem like New Year’s Day was just the other day with the giant ball falling in Times Square, we’re already halfway through 2015. Whether you’re an individual with a W-2 job or a self-employed small business owner who earns 1099 income, now is a good time to review your current tax and […]
7 Benefits to Offer Employees in Your Small Business
For any small business owner, it’s not easy to find and hire hardworking, dedicated employees. But once you do bring on those diamonds in the rough to help your startup prosper, it’s great to reward your workers for the time and effort they put into their jobs.
What Types of Business Entertainment Events are Deductible?
The good news is that Uncle Sam and the IRS allow small business owners to deduct 50% of meals and entertainment events in which they partake. But some type of business must be conducted before, during, or after these events in order to qualify for this popular – yet often improperly claimed – tax write-off.
5 Ways to Improve the Image of Your Small Business
The image of how a small business is presented to the public is incredibly important. In order to gain customers, investors, and even employees, an enterprise must be perceived in the most positive light possible.
How Can Your IRS Tax Refund Benefit Your Small Business?
If you filed your taxes with the IRS on time this year and were due back money in the form of a tax refund, there’s a good chance you have received that refund check by now—either via direct-deposit or in your mailbox.
7 Handy Payroll Tips for Small Business Owners
Having a proper handle on your payroll is essential. So here are some helpful payroll tips for small business owners that you can apply to your enterprise:
8 Tax Scams to be on the Lookout for in 2015
There seem to be more and more tax scams that rear their ugly heads each year. The IRS does its best to combat these issues that can result in billions of dollars being stolen from innocent taxpayers.
5 Reasons to Be an Early Bird Tax Filer in 2015
Being early has numerous benefits when it comes to a variety of activities. The same can be said when it’s time to prepare and file your taxes with the IRS.
8 Tax Law Changes for 2015 You Need to Know
Happy New Year! As you prepare your taxes to be filed by April 15th based on 2014 IRS requirements, it’s smart to look ahead to some of the 2015 tax law changes that will impact your filing situation this year—and when you file in April 2016.
7 Things You Should Do to Prepare for Tax Season
The 2015 IRS tax-filing season is right around the corner. It officially kicks off on Tuesday, Jan. 20 when the IRS will begin accepting both paper and electronic returns.