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March 8, 2016
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What You Need to Know About Cash Business Taxes

If your business deals solely in cash transactions, the IRS considers it a “cash-intensive business” and may put you under closer scrutiny come tax time. This stems from problems with the unscrupulous reporting practices of many cash businesses, but you can avoid an audit by following these tax rules. What to Do When it Comes to[…]

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February 24, 2016
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How to Avoid an IRS Tax Audit

Being audited by the IRS isn’t something that anyone looks forward to. About one out of every 37 filers earning $200,000 or more and one in 13 earning over $1 million are audited every year. Sole proprietors, individuals who receive tips and those who keep their own books are more likely to be audited. However,[…]

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February 9, 2016
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2016 Tax Law Changes that May Affect Your Returns

Spring means tax time and big headaches for many individuals and businesses. There’s nothing worse than spending a beautiful afternoon hunched over stacks of paperwork trying to figure out exactly what you owe. In 2016, several changes to the tax code could make the process harder, or they could bring a happy surprise in the[…]

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January 26, 2016
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How to Better Your Business for the New Year

A new year is the perfect time to see where improvements can be made in your business model. When you take the opportunity to rethink traditional methods of operation and look into new options, you increase your ability to grow in the months ahead. These tips can help you get started with a plan to[…]

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January 12, 2016
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4 Ways to Create a Great Financial Outlook for 2016

The start of a new year is the perfect time to review your finances and make changes to improve your financial outlook in 2016. These basic steps can help you visualize how to do better with saving, spending and long-term planning. 1. Deal With Debt Credit card payments can take a big chunk out of your[…]

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