Your original choice for a business entity was not a permanent selection. You should regularly re-evaluate. Learn why in this week’s Business Tip.
If you plan for 2014 taxes while 2013 is still in the works, you can make more tax-advantageous business decisions now. Learn how in this QuickBooks Tip.
Small-business owners and high-income taxpayers may have a challenging 2014 when it comes to taxes. Learn more in this Business Tip.
In order to claim substantial reductions in current income tax liabilities and possibly increase cash flow, an investor must first begin by properly classifying investments in a building between real and personal property. Cost segregation allows a taxpayer to separately depreciate components of a building over a shortened depreciation period. For more information on cost segregation and to determine if a study will benefit you, read this C.P.A. Insight.
Only 23.8% of eligible participants took advantage of the catch-up contribution feature in their 401(k) plan. Learn more in our Business Tip.
Both the self-employed and small businesses can establish retirement plans to provide benefits for you and your employees. Read more in this week’s Business Tip.