For these tax avoidance strategies to work, you probably need to be a millionaire. Or do you?
The fines for going without health insurance are ticking up this year. Are you covered or will you pay a fine?
The IRS probably won't ever audit you. Learn why that's the case, along with five other surprising facts about the government tax collectors.
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Getting married is blissful. Changing your name after, unfortunately, is not. Make the process easier with this helpful guide.
Year end bonuses can be a good way to reward and motivate your employees. Just be sure you're following state and federal tax regulations.
When the government says jump, you ask how high. You may also be asking whether or not your compliance efforts are tax deductible.
Prelude to a national sales tax? Maybe not, but new IRS rules mean credit card companies and online payment processors now must report the transactions they manage.
If you fear the IRS may decide your independent contractors are really your employees, now is the time to take advantage of a special worker classification amnesty program.
If you're running an affiliate marketing program to boost your sales, be sure you're complying with IRS reporting requirements.
Driving the company car just got a little more affordable.
Once again, the IRS is targeting small businesses for extra scrutiny. Will your firm stand out?
If you've been notified of an audit, don't panic. Follow these steps to help get through it with minimal stress.
Confused by taxes? Now you can get free professional help from a variety of surprising sources.
If you move quickly on a tax dispute, you can typically reach one of these five outcomes.
The contractor model is particularly appealing in a down economy. However, what seems like a great way to save money may be costly if it's determined that your contractors are m
Is your tax return a magnet for an IRS audit? Find out the 6 things that draw the attention of the IRS and what you can do to minimize your chances of getting audited.
Not filing your income tax is a debt that will not go away quietly. The IRS has options if you owe back taxes where you may be able to settle your debts.
Just the idea of having a problem with the IRS is enough to worry many business owners. The tax system can be difficult to deal with even at the best of times. When something go
The IRS wants businesses to pay their taxes online, as well as file their taxes online. It's faster, eliminates the need for the IRS to have people open envelopes and process pa
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