Taking Advice from a Three-Day Tax Summit

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Have you attended a seminar, conference, or meeting recently? Here are some tips and tricks I picked up attending a recent three-day tax summit that you may find helpful.

How to Retire as a Business Owner

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Having a business and “retiring” is not as easy as just announcing to HR or your boss that you’re leaving. Follow our checklist to help you retire as a business owner.

Small Business Owners — Are You Classifying Your Employees Correctly?

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While cleaning out some old papers I had stacked up, I ran across an article from WAY back in 2013 on the IRS crackdowns on small businesses with payroll audits: “Payroll Audits Put Small Employers on Edge; Tax Crackdown Intensifies as More Businesses Use Contract Workers to Cut Costs; Firms Protest That Rules Are Unclear” […]

Your Business is Up and Running: Now What?

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Now you have your business up and running you may have questions as to what deductible business expenses are. First, please do not rely on the “my buddy told me I can write off my house, boat and car” form of professional advice. The IRS, Score, Small Business Development Centers associated with Universities and Colleges, […]