Business Tax Articles
Posted by Cory Van Deusen V on December 06, 2022
U.S. businesses are facing pressure to drive revenue, manage costs, and increase shareholder value, all while surrounded by economic and political uncertainties. Disruptions to supply chains brought about by the pandemic have continued into 2022. Inflation and rising interest rates have made the cost of debt, goods and services more expensive and cooled consumer spending. The stock market has declined sharply, and the prospect of a recession is on the rise. What’s more, the outcomes of the upcoming November U.S. congressional elections will shape future tax policies. How do businesses thrive in uncertain times?
Posted by John George on September 14, 2022
Workers’ compensation costs can quickly overwhelm a manufacturing company — especially if it turns out to be a rough year with many claims. Here are a few ways to rein in these costs.
Posted by Jonathan Roller on September 06, 2022
The CHIPS Act aims to bolster semiconductor production and economic competitiveness. Among its provisions are funding initiatives and an investment tax credit for manufacturing facilities and equipment.
Posted by Hayden Coll on September 01, 2022
Many people started working from home during the pandemic and have continued working out of home offices. Some of them qualify for home office deductions, but unfortunately, not all of them do. Here are the rules.
Posted by Kelsey Weigel on August 31, 2022
If you run a one-person small business, you might be able to build a bigger retirement nest egg with a solo 401(k) plan. Here are the basic rules.
Posted by Jonathan Roller on August 23, 2022
There are many tax-related variables when it comes to selling your manufacturing company. Read more about them.