Taxes and legal

Common tax scams targeting small business owners – Business Article

Don’t fall for it This post was originally published on Jan. 28, 2015, and was updated on Feb. 20, 2019. Scam artists love preying on small businesses, but yours doesn’t have to be one of them. Here are the most prevalent tax scams targeting small businesses this tax season. Related: Understanding online security threats 6 tax scams that target small business owners Tax season is challenging enough without the added stress of falling prey to one of these tax scams: “You…

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What you need to know about writing off auto expenses – Business Article

Taxes for wheels ** UPDATED FOR TAX YEAR 2016: The standard mileage rate is 54 cents per mile.  Now that you’ve started your business, you’ve heard you can write off automobile expenses. So, are you ready to buy that luxury sports car and write off the costs of driving around town to run errands? Well, hold your horsepower. As with tax-related issues, it’s not that simple. There are a few things you need to keep in mind before you start…

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How to file taxes as a new online seller — guide for 2018 taxes – Business Article

eCommerce tax time primer So, you just started selling online and are looking for help with how to file taxes for your 2018 return? You’ve come to the right place! If you’re new to eCommerce, figuring out which taxes you have to pay, when you have to pay them, and who you have to pay, can be a bit of a challenge. But taxes come with the territory for online sellers — whether you sell products on your own website…

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