If you’re a small business owner, there’s a good chance thinking about taxes stresses you out. You’re not alone. The fear of making a mistake on taxes terrifies many people. [...]
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While not having copies of your receipts is not ideal if you're being audited, there are things you can do to prove your expenses to the IRS.
As an independent, freelancer or 1099-er you may have been keeping a close watch on tax time this year as there are some significant changes to business tax code that could put extra money in your hands this year. If you can’t implement these tips this year, make sure you use them going forward so you can maximize the pass-through deduction in future tax years.
Part of winding down any calendar year includes preparing and filing your 2018 Business Taxes. Due to recent changes to the tax code, navigating tax filing as a small business owner can be confusing. Here, we’ll discuss the particulars of how to navigate filing your 2018 small business tax return.
Here, we’ll lay out some important deadlines for W-2s and 1099s to keep you and your business compliant, and avoid the fees levied on business owners who fail.
Small business owners have a lot on their plates, especially at the beginning of the new year. All too often small business owners face the nightmare scenario of having to cull together a quarter or year's worth of business expenses. Here's how a receipt scanning app can alleviate this and other issues in a number of ways.