The IRS later this month will end a program allowing tax evaders with secret offshore accounts to confess and avoid prison.Continue reading »
Most business owners didn’t get into business to keep books. They got into business to provide their specific good or service. But the Wilton Manors accountants of Sterling Accounting are here to help.
With over 15 years of experience, Sterling Tax & Accounting Services located in Wilton Manors, Florida, can take the following off…Continue reading »
Business owners’ to-do lists are quite lengthy. But even with a long list, there are accounting tasks that can’t be put off.
Hiring a business bookkeeper can help you manage some of these accounting tasks. But even so, as a business owner, it’s your responsibility to keep up.
Here are some of what business owners need to do to keep…Continue reading »
Bookkeeping isn’t always sexy. But accounting is an important part of your business.
That’s why we’ve pulled together some basic tips to help you use accounting to make your business thrive.
Keep business, personal finances separate
One of the most important small business accounting practices is also one of the most tempting to ignore. Don’t ignore it. Instead, be smart and set up…Continue reading »
The accountants you work with in your small business can be much more than bookkeepers. They can be trusted advisors as well.
But you have to choose your accountants well. These tips can help you on your way to doing just that.
Your fellow business owners can be your guides to the best accountants.
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An aspect of tax reform that could provide significant savings for owners of pass-through businesses will also require plenty of work to claim.
One part of the tax bill passed at the end of last was allowing a 20 percent deduction on income from pass-through businesses. But it’s not as simple as it may seem. The IRS recently issued…Continue reading »
If you haven’t taken into account tax changes, you may be in for a nasty surprise.
That’s because you may not be holding out enough of your paycheck to qualify for a refund next year, thanks to tax changes passed by Congress last year.
According to the Washington Post:
Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) and Rep. Richard Neal (D-Mass.)…Continue reading »
Two Senators have introduced a bill they say will reform some parts of the IRS and help low-income taxpayers.
Sens. Rob Portman, R-Ohio, and Ben Cardin, D-Md., last week introduced the Protecting Taxpayers Act. The bipartisan legislation focuses on improving the organizational structure of the IRS and making it easier for small businesses and retirement plan administrators to comply…Continue reading »
Most business owners didn’t start their companies because they wanted to tend to accounting. But few functions are more important, and that’s why hiring someone like the Wilton Manors Accountants of Sterling Accounting is so important.
If you aren’t familiar with accounting, though, how can you choose the right firm? And how do you even…Continue reading »
If you’re behind on your taxes, you could face trouble traveling internationally.
That’s because the government plans to reject passport applications from taxpayers who owe more than $51,000 in overdue taxes.
According to CNBC:
The State Department denies passport applications based on the information on outstanding debts it receives from the IRS.
As many…Continue reading »