|Starting a Business|
|Avoiding the Biggest Tax Mistakes - Webinar (May 15, 2014)|
Learn about the tax benefits available to you and how best to avoid common mistakes small business owners may make. IRS representatives will also be available for a question and answer session directly after the presentation.
10 months ago
|Avoiding the Top Tax Mistakes that Small Businesses Make - Webinar (June 20, 2013)|
Poor recordkeeping and a failure to recognize all items that constitute gross receipts, otherwise known as taxable business income, are two of the major pitfalls businesses need to be aware of. Small business owners also need to avoid common tax schemes and unscrupulous tax preparers. Learn about all the top mistakes small business owners often make and how you can avoid them.
1 year ago
|Good Recordkeeping Helps Avoid Headaches at Tax Time|
Whether you are an individual taxpayer or a business owner, you can avoid headaches at tax time by keeping good records during the year.
3 years ago
|Business Taxes for the Self-Employed: The Basics - Webinar (March 29, 2011)|
Learn the basics about reporting profit or loss from a business or profession. Other topics discussed include: estimated tax payments, self employment tax, Schedule C, husband and wife businesses, business expenses and recordkeeping.
4 years ago
A retirement plan has benefits for everyone –
the employer, the business and, of course, the employees. Employers may also be eligible for tax
credits or incentives for starting a retirement plan. Keep in mind that tax law changes may affect
a retirement plan. Be sure to stay up-to-date with any tax laws.
5 years ago
Seasonal help is often needed for sporting events, holidays, and commercial fishing or harvest seasons. Seasonal employees are subject to the same tax withholding rules that apply to other employees.
6 years ago
|Schedule C: Who needs to file and how to do it|
This presentation is for Schedule C filers who are one-owner businesses or self-employed taxpayers. Good recordkeeping is very important to the business owner or self-employed person in order to have everything needed when it comes time to file a tax return. Schedule C is filed annually as an attachment to Form 1040, the individual tax return.
6 years ago