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Schedule C for Small Business Owners: 6 Tips to Make Tax Time a Breeze

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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.
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State Income Tax Laws: 2015 Updates

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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.
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Tax Brackets: Know Where You Stand as a Sole Proprietor

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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.
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New Small Business? 5 Things to Know About Federal Income Taxes

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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.
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Small Business Guide to Internet Sales Tax

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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.
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Not So Obvious Small Business Tax Deductions You Could Be Missing

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Lawn care and dog food are legitimate tax deductions? Sounds wild, but there are times when they work. Read on for a list of little-known deductions.
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File Fast: 5 Last-Minute Federal Tax Form Tips

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Save yourself time and sweat by filing your taxes accurately and correctly. From filing electronically, to getting an extension, here's everything you need to know.
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Why You May Have to Pay Franchise Tax Even if You Don’t Run a Franchise

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Many states use franchise taxes to raise revenue from businesses incorporated there, whether or not they are technically franchises.
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