Tag Archives: entrepreneur

Where Federal Taxes Stand for 2012

January 1, 2012 –   by Barbara Waltman   As 2011 came to a close, there was considerable uncertainty about specific payroll and federal income tax rules affecting small businesses and their owners. Here are the rules effective at the start of 2012.   Payroll tax cut extension On December 23, 2011, the Temporary Payroll […]

Reviews & Awards for Small Business Taxes Made Easy

The second edition of McGraw Hill’s popular book by Eva Rosenberg is garnering a number of positive reviews and picking up awards. Silver Medal We were delighted to hear that we picked up the silver medal in the 4th annual Axiom business book awards in the Business Reference (legal, how-to, technology) category. The Axiom Business […]

TaxMama’s® 10 Tips for Business Success

Running a business or a department is complex, with innumerable people and government agencies pulling on you from all directions. With the endless demand for reports, it’s amazing that anyone is actually able to get work done, produce a product or finish a project. Yet, we do, don’t we? And we do it well. In […]

Stupid Tax Tricks – Things Not to Do

None of us enjoys paying taxes. We see the very rich layer of society getting away with murder financially and naturally want the same privileges in life. Besides, getting something for free always holds appeal. As a result, tax return schemes get ever more complex. Internal Revenue Service’s databases can cross-reference Social Security numbers with […]

Ask TaxMama Issue 567 – Sweet and Healthy Year

Dear Family, First let me start with an urgent reminder. There are deadlines coming up – all corporate, partnership and estate tax returns are due next week, on September 15th. Estimated tax payments are due, as well. http://taxmama.wpengine.com/tax-calendar-2010/ Note: The office will be closed and please don’t look for answers from TaxMama – until Monday! […]

Why Your Business Needs A Tax Pro, Part 1

How’s Your Crystal Ball?  You’re a savvy entrepreneur and you’re smart about your money, but you’ve found yourself over your head with the IRS. There’s no need to be embarrassed about admitting that you need help sorting out your finances.  The real shame is in hiring the wrong hired gun to tame the taxman. Choose […]

Stop Looking for a Job

The best way to get a job is to connect with people outside of your need for a job. by Darrell Gurney “The best way to get a job is to not look for one.” Does that idea sound crazy? It’s true, and I’ve shared it with my clients for years. That doesn’t mean sit […]