Is the Internal Revenue Service picking on small businesses more than others?
Some small businesses are having real problems with new tax rules on purchases of tractors, trucks, and other big equipment.
If your small business employs or is considering employing someone with a disability, you may be entitled to some tax credits.
There are now more than 11k sales tax jurisdictions across the U.S. Sales tax compliance can be an arduous task. Use this checklist to get started.
Tax season may be behind us, but it is never too early to think about problems to avoid for the coming year. Here tax expert and author Barbara Weltman offers insight on the kinds of tax decision you need to keep watching out for throughout the rest of the year.
Procrastinating work-from-home entrepreneurs and employees, we've got your back. Here is some expert advice on deductions and tips to keep in mind as you file your tax return.
You probably know the basics but did you know you can deduct student loan interest or gambling losses? Here are 12 forgotten tax deductions to use.
You probably never thought of hiring employees as a way to save money. And, of course, it's not really. But there are hiring incentives you should b aware of come tax time. Here's a list to get you started.
New data from Manta on a survey of small business owners found that nearly one-third of them keep mostly paper receipts and just more than one in five file their taxes on their own, without help from an accountant or tax software.
In releasing its latest earnings report, Intuit, the company behind TurboTax, says there is a considerable rise in the number of Americans preparing their taxes online, based on the use of its software.
The tax deadline is fast approaching and if you're like a lot of small business owners, you may be feeling the time crunch. National Funding Inc. wants to help, though. They've created this free, 23-page ebook specifically written for small businesses who need some help preparing their taxes this year.
You may be expecting consumers to go on a spending spree after receiving their tax refunds this year. But guess what? Consumers actually seem to be in a saving mood this tax season. How do you get them to spend their money with you?