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Every year your business is eligible for tax deductions. If you are self-employed, the standard deduction may not get the maximum return. Learn more.
Saving for retirement means learning about which methods to use and thinking about tax benefits, matching contributions and the power of compound interest.
If you’re doing business in states other than your home state, you probably have to pay taxes there as well.
A business can write off any ordinary and necessary expense it incurs, but there are exceptions. Read eight difficult business expense write offs.
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.
If you want to be prepared for your retirement, you probably need to contribute to a retirement plan as you run your business.