How Many Years Can I Take a Loss on My Business?

If you’re wondering, “How many years can I take a loss on my business?” then you’re probably reaching a point where you’ve been claiming too many losses on your taxes. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) only allows your business to be in the negative for a certain number of years before it declassifies it as … Continued

5 Commonly Missed Small Business Tax Deductions

Whether you know it or not, you could be leaving hundreds—even thousands—of dollars on the table by missing a few lesser-known small business tax deductions. Entrepreneurs often miss some small business deductions they could qualify for because they didn’t keep accurate records throughout the year, or they shy away from the complications of itemizing each … Continued

What Your Financial Reports Really Tell You

  Financial reports can be an incredibly helpful tool for small businesses. They can help you determine how much money you can pay yourself each month. Or they can help you decide if it’s time to expand your business. As helpful as financial reports are, they can only help you if you understand how to … Continued

I’ve Filed a Tax Extension. What Now?

Tax day has come and gone and you didn’t have time to file your taxes. As long as you filed a tax extension, you have an extra six months to get your tax return to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The IRS will allow you to file an extension for any reason, as long as … Continued

2020 Tax Dates You Should Know

Knowing when your business taxes are due can be stressful. It’s important to submit your information by each deadline to stay compliant with the IRS. As we approach tax season, you’ll want to pay attention to the following dates and mark them on your calendar:   January 15, 2020 If you made 2019 estimated tax … Continued

What To Do After Filing a Tax Extension

  During tax time, it goes without saying that pulling together the receipts and invoices, filling out the paperwork, and making sure you’ve got all your deductions lined up and in a row takes more time than you think. As we near the tax deadline, you might be thinking that it’s time to consider filing … Continued