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If you have your financial statements prepared for lenders or investors, your accountant may have noted deferred tax assets or liabilities on your balance sheet.
Writing off the cost of meals while traveling or meeting with clients is a perk for business owners. Learn the IRS rules for meal deductions.
If you are self employed, you are repsonsible for filing and paying taxes. Learn about self employment taxes and how to reduce what you owe the IRS.
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.
If you want to be prepared for your retirement, you probably need to contribute to a retirement plan as you run your business.
The home office deduction can be advantageous, but staying compliant can be tricky. Read on to learn more about the deduction and how to legally claim it.
If done properly, the IRS allows business owners to write off parts of their vacation expenses, even if the trip isn't only for business purposes.
Do you owe the IRS money? Haven't a clue about what to do next? If so, then read on for a list of your options, including extensions, installment plans and more.