Business Taxes

Our Business Taxes articles include tips for business tax savings. From cashing in on tax credits to year-end tax savings, plus info about the tax benefits of different business formations, you’ll find it all here.

Is it Time to Convert Your Sole Proprietorship to a Corporation or LLC?

One of the biggest issues a small business owner must face is whether to incorporate and if so, when. 

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Could You Turn Your Business Into a Nonprofit?

Thinking about converting your for-profit business into a nonprofit? Find out why you might want to make such a change, and how to go about it.

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Applying for 501 (c)(3) status?

Becoming a 501(c)3 organization allows your charity to become exempt from taxes. Learn how to obtain this important legal status.

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Sole Proprietors: Are You at Risk for a Tax Audit?

What many small business owners do not know is that filing as a sole proprietorship could put you at risk for being audited.

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Tax Advantages If You Are a Professional Corporation

A professional corporation can provide numerous benefits, yet it also has tax rate implications for people in specific professions who wish to take…

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Got a Business Idea? Should you form an LLC or a Corporation?

Choosing the right structure for your company depends on your particular business, operational needs, and tax strategy.

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How to File LLC Taxes

If your business is organized as an LLC, it may be taxed as a sole proprietorship, a partnership, or a corporation, and you may be responsible for…

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What Is a Disregarded Entity LLC?

A single member LLC may be a “disregarded entity” for income tax purposes. Find out what this means and whether disregarded entity status might be…

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Why Do Film Companies Form an LLC for a Movie?

Business school and Film school used to be very separate paths. These days it pays to know the business of movie making.

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Can an LLC Be Taxed as an S Corporation?

Navigating taxes for your LLC can seem like a daunting process. Let's look at how your LLC can be taxed as an S Corporation.

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