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Tax Treatment for Corporate Websites

Tax Treatment for Corporate Websites

Posted by Jonathan Herdlein on August 11, 2022

How do you handle the costs involved in developing your business website for tax purposes? Here are the general rules.

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 Q2 Tax Calendar: Tax Deadlines for Businesses and Individuals

Q2 Tax Calendar: Tax Deadlines for Businesses and Individuals

Posted by Kristin Re’ on March 29, 2022

Does this year’s April 18 filing deadline apply to your company? What additional tax deadlines are there for businesses and employers during the second quarter of 2022?

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The Impact and Timing of Subsequent Events

The Impact and Timing of Subsequent Events

Posted by Douglas Muth on March 28, 2022

In today’s marketplace, conditions are ever-changing. By the time you issue year-end financial statements, you may be dealing with a major development that’s affecting your company’s performance. Which developments must be recognized or disclosed in your financials?

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Reasons to Accelerate Income and Defer Deductions

Reasons to Accelerate Income and Defer Deductions

Posted by Cory Van Deusen V on March 23, 2022

The best tax planning actions for your business partially depend on whether you expect federal income tax rates to go up, go down or stay the same in the future. Here are some ideas if you think rates could go up.

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IRS Increases Mileage Rate for 2022

IRS Increases Mileage Rate for 2022

Posted by Hayden Coll on December 21, 2021

The price of gas is up about $1 a gallon from a year ago. How does this affect the amount your business can deduct for business driving in 2022?

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What is a Rolling Forecast?

What is a Rolling Forecast?

Posted by Thomas Burns on December 13, 2021

Has your business forecast its goals for next year? The pandemic has shed light on the shortcomings of static year-end forecasting models. Here’s an alternative approach that’s more agile and effective.

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Tax Rules for Year-End Gifts and Holiday Parties

Tax Rules for Year-End Gifts and Holiday Parties

Posted by Kevin Smeader on November 17, 2021

Is your business giving holiday gifts to employees or customers this year? Or are you throwing a holiday party? Here are the tax rules.

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Consider a Tax-Advantaged Health Savings Account

Consider a Tax-Advantaged Health Savings Account

Posted by Caitlin Root on November 12, 2021

Looking for a flexible, tax-advantaged option for providing health care coverage at your business? Consider a Health Savings Account. Employers and employees can benefit.

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Uncertainly Surrounding Tax Legislation Causes Lag for Businesses

Uncertainly Surrounding Tax Legislation Causes Lag for Businesses

Posted by Mark Janulewicz on November 12, 2021

Allocating year-end tax planning time now can prove beneficial come tax filing time next year.

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FASB Offers Simplified Accounting Method for Stock Share Payments

FASB Offers Simplified Accounting Method for Stock Share Payments

Posted by Brian Kern on November 11, 2021

There’s good news for private companies that want to award stock options to their best workers: The accounting rules just got a little easier.

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