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If You’re Hiring, Don’t Miss These Income Tax Savings

May 31, 2016


Income Tax Savings for Certain Circumstances Onboarding a new employee can be an expensive process. Between training, orientation and setting up the employee on a variety of benefits, the hiring of a new team member can take up your time and resources. Keep in mind, though, that if you hire members of certain groups, you […]

Business Tax Preparation for Independent Contractors

April 19, 2016


Deductions You May be Missing in Your Business Tax Preparation As a self-employed contractor, you may find that the freedom you longed for in running your own business was quickly replaced by the realization that you are now working at all hours, trying to juggle all of the roles you fill. However, there are some […]

Tax Time for the Self-Employed: Tax Tips to Get You on Track

April 12, 2016


Use These Tax Tips to Get Organized, Lower Your Tax Bill and Stop Worrying at Tax Time It’s common for self-employed business owners to put aside all financial record-keeping until the end of the month, or even the end of the year. However, if you can set aside just a few minutes each week and […]

Tips for Handling Small Business Taxes

April 5, 2016


Small Business Taxes Can be Streamlined When You Follow a Few Simple Guidelines Tax season is a dreaded time of year for many business owners. Small business taxes require careful record-keeping, and with all the hats you wear, you may get to tax season realizing you weren’t quite as diligent as you’d hoped. Faced with […]

Last-Minute Income Tax Savings for the Tax Season Procrastinator

March 29, 2016


Increasing Your Income Tax Savings There are just a few weeks left before Tax Day, but many taxpayers hold out until April to get started on sorting through paperwork and filling out forms. There are income tax savings that you can still capture for this year’s tax return, if you haven’t yet filed. Here’s a […]