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Employee Vs. Contractor: What You Need to Know

When it is time to look for additional help in your business, it is important to determine what kind of worker you will be looking for.  Essentially, do you need to hire an employee or find an independent contractor.  But, how do you determine whether or not an individual should be classified as an employee […]

IRS Marks Small Business Week With New Tools!

During Small Business Week, May 16-20, the Internal Revenue Service encourages those who are self-employed or own a small business to take advantage of certain tax benefits and learn about IRS resources that can help them meet their federal tax obligations. “When you’re running a business, you don’t need to be a tax expert, too. […]

Five Facts about the Home Office Deduction from the IRS

With technology making it easier than ever for people to operate a business out of their house, many taxpayers, entrepreneurs and small business people may be able to take a home office deduction when filing their 2009 federal tax return next year. Here are five important things the IRS wants you to know about claiming […]

Everyone’s at Risk – Combating the Increasing Threat of Online Fraud and Identity Theft

IRS Stakeholder Liaison Phone Forum Date: August 19, 2009 Cost: FREE Location: The convenience of your home or office This IRS phone forum is for: • Tax professionals • Attorneys • Payroll professionals • Industry partners • Small business organizations • Small business owners • State and local governments Learn about: IRS identity protection efforts […]

Tax Time Tips for Local Busineses, and Where to Get Help

From MSNBC MarketWire comes this compilation of Small Business Tax Tips as recommended by the National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE). If you are a North Florida Business and seek help with your taxes, you can find an accountant on our Small Business Resource Network (SBRN) website. These are small business specialists who will understand […]

Tax Time! IRS Small Business Deductions You Need To Be Aware Of!

Tiare Rath is a freelance journalist and a former personal finance columnist for MarketWatch.com. In an article for about.com, She outlines some key deductions you need to be aware of for your 2008 return. This article is in no way intended to replace good professional tax advice. There my be more deductions than this list […]

IRS Tax Calendar for Small Business

The IRS 2009 Small Business/Self-Employed Tax Calendar is stocked and ready to go. With its professional illustrations, in-depth business tax information, and day-to-day reminders for which business taxes are due when, the 12-month wall calendar has always been a popular item. The calendar is FREE. Small business and self-employed taxpayers can also download the business […]

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