Profit Statements: The P&R Blog
Small Business Start-Up: Tax Tips for the Entrepreneur
Business consultants will tell you that starting a small business isn’t easy, whether you’re starting from scratch, buying an existing business, or purchasing a franchise. Your idea may be great, but will it be profitable? Market research is important. How many others are offering your product or service in your area? What are the trends …read more.
Accounting for Your Small Business: Tax Tools to Help You Succeed
If you own a small business you may wear many hats, including CEO, marketer, technician, accountant, and customer service provider. You don’t need to master tax accounting to be successful, but knowing some basics can help you meet your filing obligations and stay out of trouble. The IRS offers a Small Business and Self-Employed Tax …read more.
IRS Re-Opens Online Transcript Service with Strengthened Authentication Process
Unless you live on a private desert island or don’t file an individual or business tax return (we highly recommend against this if you meet the filing thresholds!), you’re almost certainly linked with an organization that fell victim to a data breach…or you’ve suffered one yourself. Tricksters and imposters continue to plague the IRS by …read more.
Report Urges Stronger, Faster & More Accurate IRS Service (cont.)
The National Taxpayer Advocate (NTA), Nina Olson, understands the importance of the IRS communicating with taxpayers regarding their individual and business tax returns. In our previous blog, we began overviewing the NTA’s recent annual report to the tax-writing committees in Congress and its primary areas of focus leading up to next year’s tax season. As …read more.
Report Urges Stronger, Faster & More Accurate IRS Service
When filing your individual tax return and waiting for your refund, wouldn’t a smoother process be nice? Each year, the National Taxpayer Advocate (NTA), Nina Olson, is required to submit two annual reports to the tax-writing committees in Congress: the House Committee on Ways and Means and the Senate Committee on Finance. The Taxpayer Advocate …read more.