Driving visitors to your company’s web site and coaxing them to provide contact information is a great way to generate sales leads. However, only 4% to 8% of people who click to a web site leave their personal information. To convert those web surfers into customers, consider these four surefire tips from FuelNet.
Small Business Tax Deduction Strategies
Section 179 vehicles should be a key part of your small business tax deduction strategies. Can Section 179 property fit in with your business tax strategies?
Let Business Management Daily help you get each and every rental property depreciation credit and business tax deduction you’re entitled to.
A New Jersey appeals court has held for the first time that an employee has no reasonable expectation that personal information stored on work computers is private—even if the employee has created a separate password to protect the information. Employers have the right to search work computers.
Preparing your tax return every year is a hassle. But you can boost your spirits by taking full advantage of the tax goodies available on your 2008 return. Although everyone’s situation is different, here are seven proven ways to cut your tax bill.
By now, you have started withholding 0.09% of your employees’ pay, up to a total of $26.01 for the year, for New Jersey’s new Paid Family Leave Insurance program.
When a TD Industries employee gets into a financial bind because of an emergency, colleagues pitch in to help out via payroll deductions. The Dallas-based construction firm allows employees to donate paid leave and money on a regular basis or in response to an isolated situation.
Station Casino executives want to know what their employees dream about. A 20-question “dream survey” asks workers at the Las Vegas-based organization questions like, “Do you dream of owning your own house?” and “Do you dream of owning your own computer?” Here's what their answers led the organization to do.
The massive new “American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009” signed by President Obama on Feb. 17 is bursting at the seams with tax breaks designed to help both individuals and small businesses. Here’s a roundup of 14 tax strategies under the new law.
Several states, including Illinois, California, Massachusetts and New York, are getting tough on employers that violate sales-tax laws, according to an Associated Press report. Researchers at the Tax Foundation say smaller businesses tend to be the biggest tax evaders.
Sometimes, it makes sense to intentionally do things “the wrong way” in the tax world. This could be one of those times. Strategy: Set up an intentionally defective trust (IDT). As the name implies, the arrangement is designed to fail the tax rules for “nongrantor trusts.” In the end, however, the IDT is a triple tax winner.