Will Congress revive expired tax breaks?
Most of the talk about possible tax legislation this year has focused on either wide-sweeping tax reform or taxes that
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Rev up retirement offerings with an NQDC plan
Many business owners and executives would like to save more money for retirement than they’re allowed to sock away in
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Make sure your company is prepared for any disaster
What could stop your company from operating for a day, a month or a year? A flood or fire? Perhaps
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Material participation key to deducting LLC and LLP losses
If your business is a limited liability company (LLC) or a limited liability partnership (LLP), you know that these structures
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4 tough questions to ask before expanding to a new location
Is business going so well that you’re thinking about adding another location? If this is the case, congratulations! But before
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6 ways to control your unemployment tax costs
Unemployment tax rates for employers vary from state to state. Your unemployment tax bill may be influenced by the number
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Operating across state lines presents tax risks — or possibly rewards
It’s a smaller business world after all. With the ease and popularity of e-commerce, as well as the incredible efficiency
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What are the most tax-advantaged ways to reimburse employees’ education expenses?
Reimbursing employees for education expenses can both strengthen the capabilities of your staff and help you retain them. In addition,
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Keep real estate separate from your business’s corporate assets to save tax
It’s common for a business to own not only typical business assets, such as equipment, inventory and furnishings, but also
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