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For many small business owners, traveling is a necessity. Fortunately, you can deduct many of your business expenses on your taxes.
With so much going on in your world, it's easy to make mistakes with your small business return.
Dealing with the IRS? Don't fret. Take a deep breath, get your notes organized, and use these tips to get the most from your conversation.
If you're a sole proprietor involved in making or selling a product, Schedule C, which you use to report business income and expenses to the IRS, can be your friend.
There's been more than a few updates to state tax laws. So here's your guide to ensure you minimize your burden and maximize your return in 2015.
While forming a sole proprietorship is relatively simple, paying taxes can get pretty complicated. Read on to learn what you need to know come tax season.
Although revenues may be tiny, new small businesses must still fulfill their annual tax burdens. Here are 5 things new business owners must know about income taxes.
Does your business really have to collect sales taxes for internet sales? It's likely you do. Read on to learn what you need to do to sell across state lines.