What Small Businesses & Independent Contractors Must Do About Taxes AFTER April 15
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Remember how good it felt on the morning of April 16 when you woke up and realized that your taxes had been filed, and you didn’t have to worry about them for another year? Yeah, about that…
If you’re an independent contractor who receives a Form 1099 instead of a form W-2 showing your earnings for the year, or a small business owner who pays both individual and business taxes, then that sense of relief may be justified – but thinking that you can wait another year to worry about taxes can be costly.
The truth is that planning for, paying, and reporting your federal and state income taxes, sales taxes, and business property taxes is a year-round task. This white paper outlines some of the most important steps that small business owners and independent contractors need to take after April 15 in order to keep more of the money they earn during the year and avoid trouble with the IRS or state comptroller.
The new white paper from 1800Accountant.com includes practical tips that can help you keep more of the money you earn this year, including:
- April 16 Stress Relief: Not So Fast
- The Do-It-Yourself Trap
- Don’t Let Estimated Tax Payment Deadlines Surprise You
- Bookkeeping Essentials
- Preparing for Internet Sales Taxes
- Tax Planning Essentials
- 5 Tax Moves to Make This Summer
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