Many business owners buy accounting software and, even if the installation goes well, eventually grow frustrated when they don’t get
From the time a business opens its doors, the owner is told “cash is king.” It may seem to follow
Currently, home ownership comes with many tax-saving opportunities. Consider both deductions and exclusions when you’re filing your 2016 return and
All charitable donations aren’t created equal — some provide larger deductions than others. And it isn’t necessarily just how much
While April 15 (April 18 this year) is the main tax deadline on most individual taxpayers’ minds, there are others
Now that we’ve hit midsummer, if you own a vacation home that you both rent out and use personally, it’s
Come tax time, owner-employees face a variety of distinctive tax planning challenges, depending on whether their business is structured as
The federal income tax filing deadline for calendar-year partnerships, S corporations and limited liability companies (LLCs) treated as partnerships or
It can be difficult in the current job market for students and recent graduates to find summer or full-time jobs.
It’s common for closely held businesses to transfer money into and out of the company, often in the form of
According to IRS Publication 5137, Fringe Benefit Guide, a fringe benefit is “a form of pay (including property, services, cash
Tax reform has been a major topic of discussion in Washington, but it’s still unclear exactly what such legislation will