Getting a business up and running is usually expensive. But once yours is a going concern, you can turn some of those costs into standard business deductions.
Contests can be a great way to boost your exposure -- including your tax exposure.
For the smallest of small businesses, the Americans with Disabilities Act is not a concern. For the rest, ADA compliance is good business.
Turning your passion into a sideline business can help you earn some extra cash. But it can also attract the watchful eyes of the IRS.
For many small businesses, a payroll service can ease the burden of managing wages and taxes. But services aren't free and they aren't without risk.
With careful planning, and good record-keeping, you really can combine business and leisure.
You've just received notice that a court has garnished one of your employee's wages. Now what?
It's not easy being Green. But what if you could get paid for your efforts?
Driving the company car just got a little more affordable.
A registered agent can help you stay abreast of your business's legal obligations, no matter where you are or where your business is registered.
A handshake is nice, but seal your partnership's rights and responsibilities in writing, too.
If you're planning on leaving your business to your children or family, favorable, and perhaps fleeting, tax rules make 2011 a good year to get started.
To survive the aftermath of a natural disaster, your business will need cash, and lots of it.
For small businesses looking to attract and reward talented employees, Cash Benefit Plans can be an attractive addition to the familiar 401(k).
For small business owners, paying income taxes can be tough. Don't make it tougher by adding penalties you can avoid by planning and estimating well.
Small businesses planning to add to their payrolls can trim the cost by hiring the right people.
Unfortunately, summer interns aren't short-term, low-cost administrative assistants.
Boost your retirement savings while reducing your tax liability by taking advantage of these retirement planning strategies.
With a little creativity, employers can trim their share of the payroll tax burden without running afoul of the taxman.
Finally coming to terms with your Federal taxes? Watch out for these state and local tax situations.
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