From travel expenses to paying wages to family members, there’s no limit to what people will try to write off at tax time for the sake of their business. But where do you draw the line? Which write-offs you’re trying to write off go too far?
Fall has finally arrived. Believe it or not, this means the 2015 tax season is only about 3 months away. Because filing your taxes with the IRS is probably not your most favorite activity, there are some steps you can take this fall to prepare for a stress-free filing season early next year:
When you file taxes as a solo business owner, things are more complicated than those days when you may have a received a W2 from a single employer. However, you’ve also got plenty of opportunities to trim your tax bill.
While deciding against hiring a professional accountant saves money, people tend to be unaware of the many advantages that an accountant can provide to a start-up business. Below is a list of the benefits that come with hiring an accountant.
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.
Payroll Compliance is a challenge that many small businesses struggle with. Payroll done by business owners themselves mean that they need to have the know-how to comply with the Internal Revenue Service’s strict rules regarding accurate reporting & deposits.
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.
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