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?
If you start a business, one key to success is to know about your federal tax obligations. You may need to know not only about income taxes but also about payroll taxes. Here are five basic tax tips that can help get your business off to a good start.
On July 10, 2014, the House Small Business Committee’s Subcommittee on Economic Growth, Tax and Capital Access, held a hearing – Cash Accounting: A Simpler Method for Small Firms? Congressman Tom Rice opened the hearing noting that he is a former tax attorney and CPA.
When a business operates as a sole proprietorship or as a partnership, there are few legal and tax regulations that must be followed. However, if that business converts to a corporation, a number of things change and the owner(s) must adhere to these new expectations or run the risk of having the corporate form of organization legally disregarded.
The S-corporation is the most popular tax entity in the United States and the number of S-corps is increasing faster than any other type of entity. A for-profit, state-chartered corporation may elect S Corp status.
Each year, the IRS and states alike, estimate the difference between taxes owed and taxes collected. This difference, known as the “tax gap,” has been steadily growing at both the federal and state level over the past several years.
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