Remove the bullseye: Prevent a small-business tax audit – with an audit
To lower the chances of an audit and prepare to defend a tax return in the event of an IRS audit, a small business should conduct their own informal audit.
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one of the things that most impacts a tax return is the taxpayer's occupation and work arrangement.
Next quarterly estimated tax payments due September 15
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Five tax tips for working in the sharing economy
Whether you’re a small or big taxpayer, these tips will help you know what to look out for when it comes to taxes.
The Tricky Business of Hiring Your Kids
It's important to understand whether or not payments to children are subject to income tax withholding, social security, Medicare and unemployment taxes.
Four questions the small business owner can ask to find the right tax advisor
As a small business owner, finding a tax advisor is important to reduce any tax complexities you may have. Know what questions to ask when choosing a consultant.
Block Small Business Clients Can Access Capital Through New Partnership
Through Block Small Business Partnership with Funding Circle, clients find easier access to capital needed for a successful company.
How to prevent a small-business IRS audit – with an audit
Small businesses are a prime target for IRS audits due to cash-only transactions being the majority of sales. The best way to prevent this is to conduct a self audit.