Recently Start An In-Home Daycare? Learn About Some Necessary Tax Preparation
22 July 2015
Watching a few kids during the day is a great way to make some extra money. Unfortunately, the additional income just made your taxes a lot more complicated. While you do have to pay taxes on the money you made, you do get the benefits of additional write offs that will lower how much you owe Uncle Sam. Here is some tax preparation you will need to do before you see your accountant regarding your in-home daycare.
The Top 4 Small Business Tax Deductions
6 June 2015
As a small business owner, you may worry about taxes all year, especially if this is your first year filing as a business. There's probably less reason for concern than you think, though. While it's true that small business owners often owe money when the tax year is over, there are numerous tax deductions that can significantly reduce your bill--or eliminate it altogether. Here are some of the best deductions business owners can use to generate the greatest amount of savings.
2 Tips For Managing Your Company's Financial Accounting Needs
29 May 2015
One of the more difficult aspects of managing your own business is addressing the seemingly endless number of financial matters. Whether you have to worry about paying your workers, keeping accurate tax documents or proactively reducing your tax burden, it is likely that you could benefit from the guidance of a trained and experienced professional. However, if you have never used the services of a small business accountant, there is a chance that you may not understand what to expect from these services.
Just Get Finished Filing Your Taxes? Here Is What To Do Next
29 April 2015
Now that tax season is over and you're breathing a sigh of relief, you are either happy or unhappy about the final outcome of your tax return. No matter what your emotions are right now, you can find ways to make your tax burden lighter next year. Even though there are always changes to the deductions and credits that you're entitled to, you can still make plans to get a bigger refund, or to have more money in your pocket next year.