Tag: business taxes

Have You Just Missed This Tax Deadline? Contact Wilton Manors Accountants

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Contact Wilton Manors accountants to handle taxes on deadline.

Most Americans have taken care of their tax filing obligations for the year. But if you’re your own boss, you may not be like most Americans. Getting in touch with qualified tax preparers such as the Wilton Manors accountants of Sterling Accounting may be in your best interest.

As CNBC points out, if you have income from a…

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Wilton Manors Book Keepers Notes: New Tax Law Alters Meals And Entertainment Rules

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Contact Wilton Manors book keepers to help navigate tax law changes that effect meals and entertainment.

Businesses for the most part benefit from changes to tax law put in place at the end of 2017. But there are notable exceptions the Wilton Manors Book Keepers of Sterling Accounting want to bring to light.

One notable change is in the arena of meals and entertainment. According to…

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Supreme Court Case Has Big Implications For National, Wilton Manors, Tax Preparation

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A Supreme Court case involving South Dakota could impact Wilton Manors tax preparation.

A South Dakota case before the Supreme Court of the United States could have implications for national and Wilton Manors tax preparation.

The high court heard arguments last month in a suit that could determine whether e-commerce companies will have to pay sales taxes in states where their goods are…

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Fort Lauderdale Accountants News: Supreme Court Case Could Pose Bookkeeping Issues

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A case before the U.S. Supreme Court illustrates the need for online retailers to consult experts like the Fort Lauderdale accountants of Sterling Accounting.

A case coming before the Supreme Court could result in a major change for online retailers, illustrating the need to consult with bookkeeping experts such as the Fort Lauderdale accountants of Sterling Accounting.

South Dakota is asking the court to overturn a 1992…

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Notes From Wilton Manors Bookkeepers: IRS Warns Of Tax Scam

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Beware of online scammers, the IRS warns. Wilton Manors Bookkeepers can help businesses navigate tax season, other issues.

The IRS has issued a warning the Wilton Manors Bookkeepers of Sterling Accounting realize and so should you. As tax season wears on, scammers are getting busy trying to rip off people.

Last week, the IRS issued a warning about the return of a specific scam. Forbes…

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What we know about Republican tax plans

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is a key player in changes to the tax code.

Trying to understand just what GOP tax plans barreling through Congress means to businesses and individuals is a little like nailing jello to the wall. Which is why experts like Wilton Manors accountants Sterling Accounting are needed.

Things could still change before the tax package is approved by Congress and signed by President…

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Don’t neglect taxes in gig economy

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As the gig economy grows, tax implications abound.

Tempted to make a little cash driving for Uber or Lyft, or renting out a room through Airbnb? Or have you built a business using other skills?

Then welcome to the gig economy, in which you can be your own boss, and, depending upon what you do, build your own business. But as with any small business, risks go along with…

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IRS starts enforcing Obamacare employer mandate

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The IRS has issued guidance that it is enforcing Obamacare’s individual mandate.

Despite Republican attempts to do away with it, Obamacare is still the law, and that means the IRS has started enforcing the mandate that businesses with 50 or more employees offer affordable insurance or face fines.

The decision comes even as President Donald Trump has tried to weaken enforcement of the law.

The New York Times…

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Will tax cuts cost 401(k)s?

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Tax cuts could affect 401(k)s.

Republican leaders in Congress have yet to unveil their plan for cutting taxes. But one possible aspect is drawing plenty of attention—the possibility of shrinking the amount workers can contribute to 401(k) plans.

The New York Times reports:

Details of the Republican tax plan have not yet been released, but the talk has been of imposing a cap…

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Will tax cuts mean more automation?

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Donald Trump is pushing a plan to cut corporate income taxes.

At least some hedge fund managers believe corporate tax cuts will boost automation.

With President Donald Trump and Republican leaders in Congress looking to slash corporate taxes as part of a broad tax code overhaul, investors are placing bets that corporations will spend some of their windfalls on automation, Reuters reports. David Randall of the news agency…

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