One of the best ways to improve your situation is to get a side gig. A new side job can help you boost your income and increase your financial stability. If you’re thinking about a side gig, now’s the time to start preparing – not next April!
For some people starting a business has been a dream they have planned for since they were young. For others, they’ve become entrepreneurs through necessity. If you want to start your own business, here are some tips to make it easier for you.
Running and earning income from a blog takes work and keeping documents on the related expenses can help you come tax time. The good news to keeping good records is that you can deduct your qualifying business expenses from blogging. Find out more.
Many W-2 employees already filed their tax returns and are enjoying hefty refunds while you, lucky business owner, are sorting receipts, and constructing accounting records, but it doesn’t have to be painful if you use Quickbooks, TurboTax, and follow these tips. Full story
When the tax year begins to wind down small businesses wonder if there are any last-minute tax tips that can save money. Here are some strategies that can work for year-end planning, but can also come in handy any time throughout the year. Full story
A growing number of states are considering introducing and enacting out-of-state online seller tax laws known as affiliate taxes. Here is a closer look at what an affiliate tax means for you. Full story
Tax Extension Deadline Approaches September 15th is right around the corner and that means an… Full story
Since 1999, a number of states have generated unprecedented income from corporate income taxes. While 2009’s revenue increased over $13 billion from 1999’s revenue, 2007 saw the highest overall corporate tax collection of the last ten years–87.5% greater than 2009’s, to be exact. Here, we explore a decade of corporate tax collection–and see which states have managed to stay afloat, as well as which are generating less revenue than they were before. Full story
Businesses are taxed differently than individuals are. Most entrepreneurs know this on some level, but few are aware of the specific differences and best practices that apply to them. Full story
Filing your taxes as a blogging business is not much different than filing it as an individual. Take your income, subtract your expenses and deductions, and pay taxes on the differences. Get an overview of the differences and how to file your taxes as a blogger. Full story