Now I have done it. I have found another fantastic tool to help business owners.
Are you wanting to figure out what all those numbers mean?
Here is the tool you must have. Not only will you now know what all this information is telling you, but Finnagraph will give you pointers on things you can do to make things better. It is such a g [...]
The largest ever phone fraud scam of Internal Revenue Service impersonators is underway this 2013 tax season, currently affecting taxpayers now.
If you take nothing else from this post remember this, the IRS never initiates contact by phone. If you are about to undergo an audit, if they need more information, or your tax return has erro [...]
By now, I’m sure you have heard that it is the Year of the Snake, but not really – it is the “Year of You”. Or at least I’m sure that’s what you heard.
Let me assure you it’s still the “Year of the Snake”. (According to wikipedia and Cultural China, the year of the Snake is Feb 10, 2013 thru Jan 30 2014 – the Water Snake )
One of the most important decisions that new business owners make is selecting their ownership structure. When beginning a business, you must decide what form of business entity to establish. When determining what type of entity will fit your business best:limited liability company (LLC),
So I have been going on about it forever, I have even announced that I am headed to the exams to become one. So what is an Enrolled Agent (EA)? Simply put, Enrolled Agents (EAs) are America’s tax experts. The Enrolled Agent status is the highest credential the IRS awards. Individuals who obtain this elite status adhere to great et [...]
The Missouri House of Representatives approved a measure changing the way prevailing wages are calculated throughout the state by a vote of 91-65 on March 14th, By not taking action on House Bill 34, Gov. Nixon has allowed House Bill 34 to become law. On 07/12/2013 – since Gov. Nixon took no Action, this basically became law and [...]
Monday I posted Really you don’t’ know what an Enrolled Agent (EA) is? I would like to point out that the client I lost was due his believed need for a CPA to sign his returns. From talking to the client, it seems it was his banker who told him that.
So let me start by saying that public perception of who is a tax preparer and who can p [...]
A few weeks ago, I landed a contract for a person who owns several companies. Daycare facilities, Construction related business, real estate related, just a mass array of corporations (LLC, LLP, C-Corp). In the course of our work he requested what is called a comfort letter (a document prepared by an accounting firm assuring the financi [...]
Travel by personal automobile requires special attention to the validation requirements. Because of perceived exposure to personal use, Congress has designated passenger automobiles as so‐called “listed property,” which means that expenses related to their business use must be “strictly substantiated.” In order to comply with this requ [...]
If you hire someone for a long-term, full-time project or a series of projects that are likely to last, you need to pay special attention to the difference between independent contractors and employees.
Why It Matters
The IRS and your state regulators scrutinize the distinction between employees and independent contractors because many [...]