The IRS standard mileage rate for deducting business use of a vehicle rises slightly in 2018 from the rate in 2017. The standard mileage rate is also often used as the reimbursement rate for employee use of a personal vehicle for business purposes.
Considering filing for bankruptcy? Here are some tips for balancing bankruptcy and the IRS that can help in various scenarios.
According to the fall 2017 Small Business Owner Report, 78 percent of business owners say that higher taxes are a huge influence in any downsizing decision.
A survey run by Paychex finds that small business owners want tax reform first, more than anything else from the government.
Errors in the your payroll can have legal and tax implications, both of which can hurt your bottom line. Here are 10 payroll mistakes to avoid.
While many worry about taxes at the federal level, state taxes are a factor in where and how to start a business. Do you understand state business taxes?
Running a sideline business? Here are some important tips on side business taxes to keep in mind to stay in the IRS' good graces.
Will Congress ever pass meaningful legislation for small businesses? A House hearing this week will attempt to get a proposed plan moving forward.
The NYC Council is considering making cuts to the New York commercial rent tax, a move that would help thousands of small businesses.
Some tax deductions seem like no-brainers, but you may want to check again when it comes to these 10 non-deductible business expenses.
American farmers need tax relief and voters are in favor of tax reforms that will support farmers and ranch families, a new survey has found.
Before taking your next business trip, plan ahead, and stay compliant, by learning these five IRS tax rules for business travel.