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.
A new IRS virtual appeals service is being piloted to assist taxpayers who do not live or work by one of the limited IRS offices with appeals officers.
As if taxes weren’t enough, the IRS can add interest and penalties for actions you may take or fail to take. Here's some tips on avoiding tax penalties.
The U.S. Internal Revenue Service is asking for feedback for the latest IRS website redesign. It won't take long and could make the site easier to use.
Tax credits are an important type of tax break because every dollar of tax credit saves one dollar in taxes. Here are 5 small business only tax credits.
The White House unveiled its highly anticipated tax reform plan today. It would lower the tax rate on American businesses to 15 percent.
As you breath a sigh of relief with your taxes behind you, it may be time to take another look at your current business structure. Is it still the right format to deliver the best results come tax time? Or is it time to try something new?