Tax Planning For Small Business Owners
Tax planning is a process of looking at various tax options in order to determine when, whether and how to conduct business and personal transactions so that taxes are eliminated or considerably reduced. This article explains 3 different tax planning strategies for small business owners.
7 Biggest Misconceptions Business Owners Have About Their Returns
The cryptic and mystifying nature of the tax code generates a lot of folklore and misinformation that also leads to costly mistakes. Learn the right answers to this list of common small business tax misperceptions.
7 Ways To Save Even More Income Taxes
Deduct home entertainment expenses, new home computers and even holiday gifts without receipts! These are just a few keen ways to help you save more on your taxes by greatly increasing your deductions.
The Home Office Deduction
This powerful article spells out the needed qualifications of a home office according to the IRS’ definition changed in the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997. This can mean BIG savings for those who qualify.
How To Make Money On Vacation
Wouldn’t it be great to turn your vacation into tax deduction? All you need is a little advanced planning and to listen to Art’s intriguing example trip to see how he pulls it off.
Retirement Plan Options For Small Businesses
Employer-sponsored retirement plans have become a key component for retirement savings along with attracting and retaining high-quality employees. Most employers aren’t aware of the advantages (to themselves and their business assets) of implementing a retirement plan. This article explains the four most common types of plans with their advantages to different types of businesses.
Our Tax Planning Service
Planning is the key to successfully and legally reducing your tax liability. We go beyond tax compliance and proactively recommend tax saving strategies to maximize your after-tax income.
Marginal and Effective Tax Rates Calculator
Knowing your income tax rate can help you calculate your tax liability for unexpected income