Taxes

Broward SCORE supports South Florida Minorities

Date
Fri, 2014-03-21 01:02

Broward SCORE Participated in South Florida Minority Supplier Development Council’s 29th Annual Business Exposition on March 21st, 2014.

SCORE Volunteers Angelica Love Valentine and George Gremse informed attendees about SCORE services and discussed business counseling and workshop programs.

Instant Tax Relief - Last Minute Tax Strategies for Business Owners

Summary

Tax season is upon us, but it’s not too late to learn some last-minute strategies to help you save money.  Join this informative webinar by national tax planning expert Dominique Molina to learn:
 

Free File Opens Today, Offers Free Tax Prep and E-filing

Date
Sat, 2014-01-18 16:26

Last year, almost 38,000 Louisiana taxpayers filed their federal tax returns for FREE.  70 percent of Louisiana taxpayers are eligible to use IRS Free File, which is safe and easy. It’s perfect for first-time filers, families looking to save money and seniors savvy about the Internet. 

To file your state tax return for free, visit the Louisiana Department of Revenue website.

Last Minute Secrets to Slash Your Taxes and Keep More of What You Earn!

Summary

Last minute tax secrets to keep more of what you earn

Are you paying too much in taxes?

If you’re like most small business owners, you waste thousands of dollars every year in taxes you don’t need to pay. Attend this entertaining, fast-paced webinar to learn the last minute secrets to rescue thousands in savings and take advantage of every available break!

In January, it's customary to begin thinking about the year’s regulatory changes and to figure out what's new for W-2 & 1099 reporting. The year-end can be intimidating for anyone, and even when only a handful of employees or contractors must be issued W-2 and 1099 forms, there’s still a lot to know to ensure possible fines or penalties are avoided. According to the experts at Greatland, there are more than 25 state and federal year-end reporting forms that may need to be sent.

In January, it's customary to begin thinking about the year’s regulatory changes and to figure out what's new for W-2 & 1099 reporting. The year-end can be intimidating for anyone, and even when only a handful of employees or contractors must be issued W-2 and 1099 forms, there’s still a lot to know to ensure possible fines or penalties are avoided. According to the experts at Greatland, there are more than 25 state and federal year-end reporting forms that may need to be sent.

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GreatlandGreatland (www.greatland.com) is the W-2 & 1099 specialist, focused on providing guidance, products, and solutions for small to mid-size businesses and accountants. Through Greatland Corporation's subsidiaries – Greatland, Nelco, FileTaxes.com and Broker Forms – the company offers an extensive array of specialized products for business: W-2 forms, 1099 forms, W-2 & 1099 software, online filing, business checks and check writing software, presentation materials, income tax preparation supplies and software, and mortgage forms. Greatland is an employee-owned company with locations in Grand Rapids, Mich. and Green Bay, Wis. Follow us on Facebook or Twitter: @GreatlandCorp

Taxes are one of the most important issues facing small and growing businesses. And like a company's profits, its annual tax bill will in part reflect the owner's skills and knowledge. Business owners need to be sure that they are meeting all of their responsibilities to the tax man -- and also seizing every opportunity to reduce their taxes.

Calendar April 15From the AllBusiness.com Finance & Accounting Center

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