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S Corporation Owners: Avoid These Tax Traps

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Here are some S corporation tax no-nos to avoid to stay on good terms with the IRS.
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When Do You Need to Amend Your Business’s Tax Return?

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No matter how diligent you are, you may realize you made an error after you filed your business taxes. Learn when to amend a business tax return.
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The Tax Benefits of an S-Corporation

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Choosing the right business entity shapes how your business grows and thrives. Learn how Luxelab co-founder David Abrams decided to incorporate as an S-corporation.
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Tax Basics for Limited Liability Companies (LLCs)

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If you're a limited liability company, or starting one, knowing the tax benefits and disadvantages of an LLC is crucial. Learn the basics now.
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How to Maximize Your Meals and Entertainment Tax Deductions

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As a small business owner, knowing how to take advantage of tax deductions is crucial. Learn how you can deduct meals and entertainment expenses the right way.
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Tax Basics for Corporations

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If you're starting a corporation, learn how taxes for a C-corp compares to an S-corp. Knowing the differences can save you thousands in the long run.
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New Tax Laws for 2016 That Small Businesses Need to Know

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With tax season coming, small businesses must be aware of any tax law changes that could affect their business. Both to save money and to avoid hefty penalties.
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Are You Overpaying Your Unemployment Insurance Taxes?

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Every year companies over-pay their unemployment insurance taxes. Find out what you need to do to protect your business while still being fair to employees.