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What Is a Capital Expenditure and What Are the Tax Implications?

Capital expenses are large purchases required to keep a business…
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8 Quick Tips for Better Business Cash Flow

How can you find the right balance for optimized cash flow? Start…
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8 Useful Tax Tips for 2021

Key takeaways: 2020 taxes are done, and it's time to start…
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What to Know about Tax Brackets and How They May Change

What are the income tax brackets and how do they work? Here is…
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A Basic Guide to Depreciation for Small Businesses

As a small business owner, you can deduct depreciation that your…
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Top 7 Reasons You Need to Hire an Accountant

Many Americans take advantage of online tax platforms and do…
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Are Unemployment Benefits Taxable?

If you were one of the millions of Americans who received unemployment,…
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When Should I Itemize Tax Deductions?

The standard deduction is the simplest way to do your taxes,…
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What Basic Documents Do I Need to Do My Taxes?

If you have several avenues of income or lots of opportunities…
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Do I Need to Pay Estimated Tax to the IRS?

If you are a small business owner or independent contractor, you probably need to pay estimated tax each quarter. Here is a guide to this obligation.
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What Are the Tax Implications of Working Remotely?

Many Americans have now shifted to a remote work environment. What does the change mean for your taxes?
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What Is the IRS Taxpayer Relief Initiative?

Millions of Americans still owe billions to the IRS in back taxes, interest, and penalties, but the Taxpayer Relief Initiative offers some assistance.