Small Business Tax Strategies

The IRS doesn’t want you to be hooked in a phishing expedition: It’s taking steps to scare away the anglers.

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Non-qualified vs. qualified retirement plans.

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Does kiddie tax apply even after the parents divorce?

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Officials from 19 states signed on to the Streamlined Sales Tax Project (SSTP), a collective effort among 42 states and the District of Columbia to impose sales taxes on remote sellers of products and goods over the Internet.

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The IRS says it will stop collecting the federal excise tax on long-distance telephone service and will refund excise taxes paid—plus interest— since Feb. 28, 2003. (IRS Notice 2006-50)

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A number of states and localities are expanding the definition of “public nuisance,” putting many more small businesses at risk.

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Used judiciously, instant messaging (IM) allows your business to cut down on long distance charges, conduct real-time interaction with clients, and host chats and conferences with vendors. But used without guidelines, it can hamper productivity, embarrass you and even jeopardize your company’s trade secrets.

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Seventy-seven percent of small businesses aren’t prepared for a natural disaster, and 84 percent don’t worry about being the victim of one within the next 12 months, a recent survey by MasterCard International indicates.

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Some of the key provisions in the new tax law signed by the president last month won’t take effect for years to come. But that doesn’t mean you should sit on your hands in the meantime.

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The new tax law includes several other changes that haven’t received much attention.

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