Quarterly tax payments come around every 3 months. For business owners, payments for the following year are usually estimated by your accountant or through which ever tax filing software you might be using.

To make it simple to remember when to pay your quarterly taxes, I’ve created a Read More
This guide breaks down the types of federal taxes your business may be subject to, how these taxes are applied to different types of business types, and the different rates applied to your business earnings.

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Do you prepare and file your company’s taxes?

If you’ve been processing your business taxes, you might have been doing so incorrectly for years. You might have overlooked deductions that you could have taken. You might have missed credits and itemized items that you could have applied. Read More
While doing your own taxes can save you money there are times when you should consider hiring an accountant. Here are situations that warrant an accountant. Read More
It’s almost April 18th. Have you filed your small business taxes yet?

The Small Business Administration reports that there are 28 million small businesses in the U.S., 22 million of which are “nonemployer” businesses made up of a solo entrepreneur. These small businesses run the gamut from indie Read More
Every business owner I’ve talked to who needs to hire a bookkeeper starts by asking me what, in fact, they should be asking potential candidates. What are the best bookkeeper interview questions?

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For small businesses, tax season isn’t confined to April. Without the right preparation, you risk higher costs and greater stress when it comes time to write that check to the IRS. Don’t let tax season sneak up on you this year; follow these tips to stay prepared and free of stress throughout 2017. Read More
Ready for some tax tips? Learn about self-employment taxes, estimated tax payments, SEP-IRAs, small business deductions, and, yes, deducting donuts too. Read More
If you’re like most taxpayers, you always end up with an ominous stack of “homework” around tax time.

Unfortunately, the job of pulling together the records for your tax appointment is never easy—or even fun—but the effort usually pays off when it comes to the extra tax money you save from being Read More
The introduction of the Stamp Duty Land Tax 3% charge on purchases of additional residential properties in the UK has resulted in quite a lot of confusion amongst buyers as well as producing some unexpected results. This blog has some examples of SDLT which in all likelihood were not intended when Read More
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