Discover the tax considerations and advantages that come along with running your own business.
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.
If you started a business last year and incurred some expenses before you officially opened your doors, you may be entitled to deduct certain startup costs.
Self-employed contractors and construction workers can write off many expenses on their taxes. Our list of contractor and construction tax deductions has them all.
Mastering your taxes means mastering your deductions. To help, we’ve assembled a 2018 list of tax deductions that you can—and should—take in 2019.
Filing your taxes incorrectly can lead to problems with the IRS. Make sure you're ready this tax season with these Form 1040 instructions.
How a small business handles sales taxes depends on the laws of the states. Find out what states are origin based and which are destination based.
Understanding quarterly estimated taxes is crucial come tax time. We go over everything you need to know so you can accurately make your estimated tax payments.
Employer Identification Number or a Federal Tax Identification Number is how the IRS identifies your company. Business owners use their EINs to conduct activities that would otherwise require a Social Security number