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Dealing with taxes is a fact of life for small business owners. Annual expenditures for taxes for most owners are likely their largest outlay each year, exceeding rent or mortgage payments, marketing costs, and vehicle expenses (the only possible larger expenditure is payroll). Beyond payments to the government for all of the taxes you pay—income...
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Finding out that you owe taxes can be a bit unnerving, especially if you owe more than what you expected. Don’t worry — it is not the end of the world if you’ve gone through the numbers and you’re left with a tax bill. Here are a few steps to take: Get Ahead of It You...
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Tax season is approaching. But for many businesses, managing taxes can be a yearlong undertaking. In fact, there are many different types of deadlines you should be aware of throughout the year. 2019 Tax Calendar Here are the most important tax dates for businesses to know in 2019. 1099 Mailing Deadline, January 31 If your business works...
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Top 7 Benefits of Outsourcing Your Bookkeeping Operations The rise of the online community has changed the way in which we do business forever.  It has brought us closer to people that can help with our day to day operations as well as backend business needs, enabling our businesses to run smoother and turn more...
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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) might have your money. The tax agency has announced that more than $1.4 billion in outstanding refunds remain unclaimed from 2015. Yes, billion. That represents more than one million taxpayers who might have qualified for a refund but who did not file a federal income tax return for 2015. If you are...
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FLINT TWP, MI – A Lansing-based company is set to occupy a vacant 41,000-square-foot space inside the former Furniture Row building in Flint Township. Peckham Inc. is expected to begin renovations in February to the building at 3080 S. Linden Road for approximately 30,000 square feet of manufacturing space and 8,000 square feet of office...
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It’s my annual “Taxes from A to Z” series! This time, it’s Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) style. If you’re wondering whether you can claim home office expenses or whether to deduct a capital loss under the new law, you won’t want to miss a single letter. C is for Credit for the Elderly...
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FLINT TWP, MI — The former Toys ‘R’ Us store in Flint Township is growing up. Ashley Furniture HomeStore will move in after the South Linden Road retail toy store location closed in mid-2018 when the company shut down stores across the country. Tracey Tucker, the township’s economic enhancement director, said building permits have already...
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If you’re putting off doing your taxes until we’re closer to April 15, you might want to reconsider.  We have a fresh new Form 1040 to deal with.  Tax changes adopted by the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) are now in effect (2018 through 2025). Some changes will likely affect you. For one,...
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P is for practical. Hotly anticipating your tax refund? Before you splurge on that Jacuzzi you’ve always wanted or pile items into your virtual shopping cart, do yourself a favor: Hit pause, and consider finding a practical use for your money. What’s practical, of course, is relative to your circumstance, but mull over these ways to...
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