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Even with strong policies in place and regular auditing, fraud can still occur. However, keeping accurate records can help you identify offenders and lower the risk of long-running expense schemes occurring at your organization.
As an entrepreneur, you’re constantly striving to create the perfect conditions to help your business succeed. Here, we’ll discuss some key business practices to set your small business up for success and help you continue to grow.
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.
In June 21, 2018 the Supreme Court ruled against quickbooks regarding internet companies paying state sales tax. This is known as the Wayfair decision. At the end of the day, it’s clear that business owners consider sales tax be much more complex than they would like.
For a small business owner, tax season can be an anxiety-inducing time. Here are some strategies you can use while filing your 2018 taxes as a self-employed individual to maximize your deductions and credits.
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.