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Wondering about the payroll tax cut and how it applies to your small business? Learn about it here, and get the most out of your tax strategy.
Tax preparers earn their annual income during the 1st quarter of the year, maximizing job flexibility. Learn how to create a tax preparation business for little or no money, now.
With all of the controversy surrounding the new Affordable Care Act, small business owners may well be left wondering what it means for them. Find out for yourself.
Even if you have reported every earned cent, you can still be audited. That’s why every business owner needs to have an Audit Action Plan. Learn more now.
Preparing taxes for your small company can be tricky, especially if you're new to the world of self-employment. Learn how to avoid some common tax mistakes.
Managing your finances is not always the best part of being self-employed. That doesn't mean it has to be tough. Get 4 tips for managing your finances now.
If you've been in business for 12 months, and you're earning an income from your business, then it's time to get to work on your quarterly estimated taxes. Learn more now.
When you work for yourself, the IRS expects you to submit a portion of your estimated taxes roughly every 3 months of the year. Learn more about paying quarterly tax.
When you own your own business, there are four ways to form your business, and each will have an effect on your taxes, profits, and more. Which is best for you?
Good estate plans are vital for entrepreneurs because they can save on taxes, are private, and offer other benefits such as