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While everyone starts to think about taxes, here’ something else to worry about: The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has released a list of popular tax scams that are targeting taxpayers, including small business owners. Here’s what you need to watch out for: 1. Scam phone calls: The
If you operate a sole proprietorship or single-member limited liability company (LLC), tax time can be worrisome, especially if you’re doing your own taxes. But before the cold sweat and anxiety of the tax season gives you a clammy embrace, make sure you know what you need to complete
Imagine this scenario, you all will hopefully experience: your small business has had its first great year. Instead of slaving all year just to find out from your accountant that you barely broke even, you know you brought home close to $100k. As you tell your bean-counter the good news his
A new year brings about new resolutions. This year, I have resolved to become more efficient about managing my small business, especially in regard to tax planning. Better tax planning can minimize tax liability and save money. By starting the year off right, small business owners can save a
10 Tax Tips To Keep What You Earn in 2015 We hate to break it to you, but if you're like most small business owners, you waste thousands of dollars every year in taxes you don't need to pay. In this Q&A from our most popular tax workshops, you'll get tips to help you avoid pitfalls and save money in 2015.
Infographic: A Look at Accounting and Taxes Small business owners spend a lot of time and money on taxes and accounting. Is this a burden for entrepreneurs? Get the facts on today's tax preparation and accounting trends in this SCORE infographic.
The old adage, "it takes money to make money" goes by another name--the cost of doing business. Generating revenue requires spending money for materials, labor, advertising, and so forth. What's left is profit--the amount that small business owners always hope to maximize. For the
The 1099-MISC Form for Small Business Owners One of the challenges of owning a small business is how to manage the numerous tax forms required when paying for services.  The one tax form that is used most frequently is the 1099-MISC for payments to independent contractors.  This form must be submitted for any payments totaling
Do you feel like your small business pays too much each year in taxes? Small businesses should not pay one dollar more than they are legally required to in taxes each year. If you’re like most entrepreneurs, this is one of the most challenging aspects of running a business. Most SMBs are
If your small business hired employees or independent contractors for the first time in 2014, then it’s time to familiarize yourself with your wage and payment reporting obligations to the IRS and Social Security Administration. For seasoned employers, there are also some changes to 2015

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