Take Control of Tax Season with these 5 Tips

Because of the extensive changes in the tax law, you should contact a business tax attorney to help you with taxes. Even if you are working on your individual taxes, you should work with a tax professional. Before you have someone help you with your taxes, be sure everything is in order.
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Wrapping Up this Year’s Business Taxation

2018 is almost up and you are probably looking forward to the holiday with lots of activities. The end of the year is very important to any business as many countries have their financial year run from January to December.

As a business, it’s important that you check if your accounting records reflect what you’ve been […]

What You Need to Know about Gift Taxation

It may seem incomprehensible but making a gift out of the kindness of your heart may leave you on the hook for taxes. The IRS expects people who transfer things of value to friends or loved ones to also pay taxes even when you receive no consideration in return.

Before dubbing the IRS the “Scrooge” of […]

Why You Should Be Thankful for Taxes

We mostly grumble about having to pay the tax man. The government, reeling in debt, paying millions to other countries for aid, comes along and wants to take a chunk of our hard-earned money! What for? We might wonder. Well, there are good reasons why we should be thankful that we pay taxes, for some […]

Scary Stories: What Happens When You Don’t File Your Taxes

In terms of filing taxes, the world can be broken into four basic groups. There are those citizens who happily pay every April because they believe it is their civic duty. The second group pony up, begrudgingly, because they are responsible Americans. The third class pays because they recognize the ominous power of the IRS. […]

Tax Extension for Individuals Impacted by Hurricane Michael

If you or your business, reside in an “affected area,” you are automatically granted relief from certain deadlines (Treas. Reg. §301.7508A-1(c)).  In addition to those direct taxpayers, if your business records necessary to meet the deadline are located in an “affected area” you are also entitled to relief,” in addition to relief workers, and any […]

Taxes When Going Out of Business

Closing a business means a life transition. It’s usually a stressful time even if you really wanted the change. However, you shouldn’t forget that closing your business calls for meeting several tax obligations. It’s the same whether you are self-employed and have incorporated or you’re shuttering your small business and letting your employees go. Your […]

Navigating Tax Season

With the many responsibilities that you must take care of as a small business owner, filing your taxes can become very time-consuming and overwhelming. There are many important steps that you must follow, requirements you must meet and documents you must find before you can complete your taxes. Keep yourself from getting too overwhelmed by […]

Benefits of a Tax Attorney

As a small business owner, it’s important to keep in mind that taxation is one area of your business practice that leaves no room for error. While most people are worried about the threat of additional taxes, penalties and interest charges, these are really just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to tax-related […]

Preparing for Tax Season: Last-Minute Checklist

The April 17 tax deadline for 2018 is just around the corner. If you’ve left your tax prep until the last minute, chances are that you’re scrambling to make sure you have everything in order. While there is still enough time left to finish your taxes without error, it’s important that you gather the right […]