A nine-digit Employer Identification Number (EIN) is assigned by the Internal Revenue Service for the purpose of identifying a business. Most businesses are required to have EINs to legally operate in the United States, but there are notable exceptions. Does Your Business Need an EIN? The federal government requires any business that has employees to […]
A tax audit is an intimidating prospect, even for business owners who keep meticulous records. How can small-business owners avoid getting into trouble with the IRS?
Save money on your small-business taxes every year by taking advantage of these often overlooked deductions. Tax tips for small-business owners.
Despite what some politicians say, taxes under the Obama Administration are at historic lows.
With looming deficits and shrinking taxes, most states need to raise more revenue. Learn about tax nexus, and how some states are taking advantage of non-residents.
Discover new tax breaks for you and your small business, from deducting a portion of your employee insurance premiums, to writing off a portion of your home office.