Posts Tagged ‘small business tax help’

IRS Tax Help for Small Businesses and Self-Employed

Thursday, January 26th, 2012

As we move into tax season it is important to stay up to date and educated on the current regulations and laws surrounding taxes. By staying educated on important tax issues you can help keep yourself out of future IRS tax problems such as back taxes and tax liens.
To help make the tax process easier for small businesses and the self-employed the IRS has created a tax center on their
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IRS Incentives Provide Small Business Tax Help for 2011

Thursday, December 29th, 2011

At Tax Resolution Services, we help individuals and small businesses find a solution for their IRS tax problems. For a small business owner, this means not only spelling out the resolution process, but also the assessment and prevention of future tax issues down the road. It cannot be said enough that sound legal and financial advice helps to streamline operations and is key to small business success both in good
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Small Businesses Tax News: SBOs Push Back on IRS request for Electronic Files

Tuesday, May 31st, 2011

In a recent article by Laura Saunders of the Wall Street Journal called Small Businesses Fight IRS over Data, the news that the IRS is asking companies they are auditing to hand over electronic records that they store in their business software programs.  (Source: a letter from an agency official to the American Institute of CPAs).
According to the article the fear from the American Institute of CPAs “fears this will
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Tax Help News: How Obama’s Health Reform Means More Tax-Reporting Requirements For Your Business

Thursday, September 2nd, 2010

There’s been a lot of confusion about what is and what is not in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act — otherwise known as President Barack Obama’s health care reform.
Of course, despite the rumor mongering that goes so well with contact politics, there aren’t death panels. But there is a big change to the way you do business and pay your taxes.
The U.S. Congress used the Patient Protection and
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Expert Tax Help: Ways Year-End Tax Planning Can Help Small Businesses Save Money and Thrive in 2010

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009

Running a small business can be challenging–there are a wide variety of tax-related hoops you must jump through in order to stay out of IRS tax trouble.
This past year in 2009, we’ve seen a lot of small business owners struggle with making IRS income tax payments along with payroll tax payments while keeping their doors open. As overwhelming as the tax obligations can become, do not be discouraged–if you educate
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Small Business Beware – Expect Greater IRS Enforcement as the Agency Cracks Down on Income and Payroll Tax Problems

Wednesday, April 1st, 2009

I recently blogged about the federal budget forecast for a $1.8 trillion deficit. There is close to a $400 billion tax gap each year.  This means that taxpayers paid $400 billion less than they should have.  Collecting  these funds through more aggressive collection tactics by the IRS will be politically more appealing than raising taxes – so taxpayers beware!
Closing the tax gap will require greater IRS enforcement for individuals as
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