S-Corporation Stockholders, Get IRS Tax Guidance For private corporations and their employees, the IRS provides initial guidance on the new tax benefit for stock options and restricted stock units.
How does a business owner reduce employee burnout? Make no mistake about it: Employee burnout is very real; it’s costing your small business a lot more money than you realize. It’s also not a problem that you’re necessarily going to be able to buy your way out of, either. It does affect your bottom line.
Family Day Care Providers Meals Allowance and Other Amenities for their Business. A taxpayer who is in the business of providing family day care in their home most likely provide meals and other amenities. Daycare providers may deduct the ordinary and necessary expenses of their business. In both parts of this blog series, we will […]
Family Daycare Providers Business Home Use? Look what special tax benefits the IRS has for you! A taxpayer who is in the business of providing family daycare in their home may deduct the ordinary and necessary expenses of their business. Therefore, we thought it was in our readers best interest to learn about these benefits. […]
After Tax Reform, you know The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, well, it has left many of today’s businesses with big questions. Incorporation remains a hot topic, but this law is shaking things up. It’s quick to assume your company should be one or the other, but without careful consideration of the facts, your organization may end up facing financial loss, hefty tax penalties or missed tax savings.
How To Avoid Most Common Accounting Mistakes These most common accounting mistakes for a new business are important to recognize early. Most small business owners are an expert in their field, but not necessarily in the accounting aspects of building a business. And, with this comes a few common mistakes. Yet, even simple small business […]