Category: Business Tax
Instead of letting tax season get ahead of you, it’s time to get organized. This means taking steps to protect your business before future tax issues occur.
Where do you start? It’s important to first determine which type of taxes your business will owe.
Tax obligations prove different for each business type. They also have unique return requirements. So, it’s paramount that you understand which kind of business you’re in and its associated tax obligations.
As a business owner, whether you have an S Corp, C Corp, LLC or any other business structure, make sure you understand your federal, state, and local excise requirements. The tax laws are complicated and the 2019 tax reform can make them even more complicated. Many business owners are confused about how the new law will impact their excise bill and change their responsibilities.
However, learning some basics can help you better understand the type of levies your business is responsible for and how the new tax law will affect your bill.
Silver Tax Group is here to help you to understand your business taxes and answer all your questions and concerns. We can also help you file your taxes accurately and make sure your IRS payments are made in due time. Read our latest articles on business taxes and stay informed!
You should create a separate business account to handle income and expenses. Why is it so important to keep separate accounts for your business and personal needs?
At Silver Tax Group, we have experienced tax attorneys who are ready to help you quickly and efficiently act if the IRS threatens to seize your assets or you have other tax issues.
An IRS audit investigates the accounts and financial documents of a business or individual to verify that they have filed the correct tax returns.
IRS form 8865 deals with the deduction of a percentage of foreign or global income beginning in tax year 2018. Here are the four types of tax filers that need to fill it out.
Failing to pay payroll tax can quickly lead you in hot water with one of the world’s most feared forces — the IRS. Here’s what you need to do if you have unfiled payroll taxes with the IRS.
Once the IRS notices you failed to pay your taxes, it will send you a notice letting you know the government did not receive your tax payment. Here are five steps to follow to set up a repayment plan with the IRS.
The Tax Cut and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2017 changed the landscape for how business owners calculate and pay their income taxes. Here’s why it’s so important to have a tax attorney advising you.
Discover the tax differences between LLCs and Corporations and see how you can make your tax status change from an LLC to S Corp for your business.
As a business owner, there is a lot you juggle on your plate. However, one thing you must make time for is learning how to avoid payroll tax penalties.