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Many new ventures start out as sole proprietorships. Here are nine considerations if you’re operating a business that way.
Many employers who sought the employee retention credit aren’t even aware that they’re at risk of penalties and steep fines for making fraudulent claims. The IRS says these signs might help.
Is it better for a married couple to file a joint tax return or file separately? The answer: It depends.
There’s a new benefit plan that businesses can offer as an employee perk: pension-linked emergency savings accounts. Here’s how they work.
You might not think your 21- or 22-year-old child is subject to a “kiddie tax,” but the IRS disagrees. Don’t let the tax rules catch you by surprise.
When will 1099 forms arrive? When is the best time to file a tax return? Here are answers to the most common questions heading into tax season.
If you own a business where your staff receives tips, you might qualify for a lucrative tax break.
A new program and IRS form will allow businesses to pay back money and avoid penalties resulting from wrongful ERC claims.
The real estate market can be tricky, but there’s still big profit potential on business property. In these cases, a “like-kind” exchange may be attractive when selling commercial or investment real estate.
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Mark Patterson, KraftCPAs Tax Services