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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
When historians compile the list of the greatest innovations to benefit small business, the home office will surely rank in the top ten. After all, its' deductions like these that leave us with incredible audit stories to share, just like this one: A legal case from 1981 involved a drug
Throughout the year, your business has likely hired the help of either contractors, attorneys, or other services. As part of your business' tax-paying duties, you need to report this income paid out to non-employees. The forms you use to do this are called 1099s. While there are many
For many nonprofits, tax-exempt status is everything. Not only does this exemption allow nonprofits to avoid federal corporate taxes, but allows donors to write off their contributions at the end of the year. In many states, IRS-granted, tax-exempt status can also open doors to other exemptions
Tax day is almost here and millions of small business owners are scrambling to get their documents in order. But if you’re not careful, you could be making some common mistakes that not only increase your chances of an IRS audit, but also harm your business in the long term, a Xero survey
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: How taxes really work (How to beat the IRS. Legally!) How to slash
The Guide to Nonprofits and Tax Exemption One of the great misconceptions surrounding nonprofit corporations is the idea that they all qualify for tax exemptions. The truth is that jumping through all the hoops to obtain tax-exempt status is hard work and many nonprofit organizations pay taxes like their for-profit counterparts. For
Business owners tend to develop strong relationships with their accountants. usually at least once a quarter you sit down to figure out where your company stands and how much it owes in taxes. You might also meet a couple times a year to plan when you will make certain investments in your
Are your small business taxes filed? Now that you’re breathing a sigh of relief it’s all over, it’s time to start thinking about next year’s taxes. Yes, that’s right. Now is the perfect time to start tax planning. Here are 3 steps that will make filing your 2013
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

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