Joining LinkedIn is smart for business, but not using all of its benefits defeats the purpose. According to a new article on the Intuit Small Business Blog, LinkedIn can help … [Read More…]
The IRS, acknowledging the discovery of a computer security bug known as Heartbleed, says the agency’s systems are unaffected and that taxpayers should continue filing their returns in advance of … [Read More…]
You may be able to reduce your taxes if you made certain energy-efficient home improvements last year.
Here are some key facts that you should know about home energy tax credits.
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Tax credits help reduce the taxes your clients owe. Some credits are also refundable. That means that even if your clients owe no tax, they may still get a refund.
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For many of your clients, the Affordable Care Act has no effect on their 2013 federal income tax return. For example,they will not report health care coverage under the individual … [Read More…]
Weather can rain on your plans, but planning for disaster can make the downpour go a bit easier. According to a new article on the Intuit® Small Business Blog, you … [Read More…]
The recession may have been devastating for many, but optimism is in the air. According to a new article on the Intuit® Small Business Blog, that positive change in mindset … [Read More…]
In a new Journal of Accountancy article, Alistair M. Nevius, editor in chief of Tax, discusses how the IRS is taking a closer look at returns that claim the earned … [Read More…]
Keeping control of a stockpile of small business records can prove cumbersome, even for the most organized people. According to a new article in the Intuit Small Business Blog, if … [Read More…]