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Tax season isnít even officially over yet, and the IRS is already kicking back a record number of returns. Fasten your seatbelts. Weíre in for a bumpy ride.
If you hire a lot of new hourly employees each year, it probably makes sense to outsource your tax credit management. But if you only hire a few people, it can be a smarter financial move to handle it yourself--just know that there's a learning curve, and you need to be very organized.
If you're looking for a company to help you maximize the number of tax credits you claim, and minimize your tax burden, here's a few pointers you might think about.
A good preparer also has the business acumen to tell you when you should make changes to the way you work. Anyone can run Quicken or use H&R Block automated tax preparation software. It takes brains to know how to use the tax information to glean business insight.
If you fully understand how to apply the dozens of different classification categories for depreciating fixed assets on a double-declining basis, feel free to keep your own tax records. Of course, if you do youíre probably an accountant, so thatís not exactly fair.
Which companies are the best known tax payment services? Do they offer services targeting small and medium-sized business?
Taxes bring joy to no one. For creative entrepreneurs, it can be the very worst part of their job. Companies are out there to keep your tax records and file your business taxes for you. Given the intricate and ever-shifting tax code, this may be one area in which a professional hand can really be valuable.
Paying taxes and filing taxes can be a daunting job. If youíre in business, then you know why accountants drive nice cars. However, before you sign up with any company offering tax services, it is essential to know what they offer and what you really need.
On February 18th 2010, Andrew Stack III allegedly crashed a Piper Cherokee PA-28 into the Internal Revenue Service building in Austin, Texas. In an apparent suicide note, Stack railed at the government and the IRS, and quoted Section 1706 of the 1986 Tax Reform Act. But what does 1706 say, and how does it affect you as an employer? And yes, it probably does.
Aaron Patzer, CEO of Mint.com, discusses startup accounting and the financial history of Mint.com, which recently bought by Intuit for $170 million. Slides and video of Patzer's presentation are included.