2018 Small Business Tax Dates and Deductions to Keep in Mind

By | January 23rd, 2018|Categories: Taxes|Tags: |

The most dreaded time of the year: Tax season. As a small business owner, taxes work a bit differently than they do for for private citizens --- and for corporations. Chances are, your business is considered a “flow-through entity,” meaning the taxes paid on your business are tied to the income you made. Nonetheless, there are different tax [...]

Could Some Tax Deductions Actually Harm Your Small Business?

By | January 4th, 2018|Categories: Taxes|Tags: , , , |

As a small business owner, you have worked tirelessly to build your business. You didn't do it for nothing. Your end goal, if you are like the majority of small business owners, is to turn a profit. It makes no sense that you have been working day and night only to have a couple bucks in [...]

3 Criteria for Classifying Workers Correctly (and Avoiding an Audit)

By | May 16th, 2017|Categories: Taxes|

As you grow your small business, you will need to bring on new hands to help you handle your increased work orders and other tasks. Unfortunately, it’s not as easy as just pulling someone in off the street or picking a name from a pile of applications. You must also decide whether you want to work [...]

What to do if you won’t be able to file your taxes on time.

By | May 15th, 2016|Categories: Taxes|

With Diane Kennedy, CPA, Author of Smart Business, Stupid Business Raise your hand if you've filed your taxes. Anyone who raised their hand, you get a gold star, two if you estimated and paid throughout the year. Everyone else, read on. Goedkoop Nike Air Max 2017 At this point, you're probably tempted to load those receipts [...]