Small business taxes taxing you out?
For most business owners, their single biggest "expense" (and headache) is dealing with their taxes. And while the just passed Congressional tax bill reduced taxes for many of the estimated 30 million small business owners in the U.S., the nation's taxes continue to be complex. Not being up-to-speed on tax rules and strategies can lead to mistakes that cost business owners thousands of dollars in fines and penalties every year.
Small Business Taxes For Dummies assists both current and aspiring small business owners with important tax planning issues, including complete coverage of the tax changes taking effect in 2018, creating an ongoing tax routine, dealing with the IRS, and navigating audits and notices.
- Includes issues influencing incorporated small businesses, partnerships, and LLCs
- Offers expanded coverage of other business taxes including payroll and sales taxes
- Provides websites and other online tax resources
- Gives guidance to millennials juggling multiple gigs
If you're a current or aspiring small business owner looking for the most up-to-date tax planning issues, this book keeps you covered.
About the Author
Eric Tyson, MBA, is an internationally acclaimed personal finance expert. He has worked with and instructed people from all types of financial situations and is a master at keeping complex topics simple. An award-winning financial columnist, he has written numerous bestselling guides on personal finance, investing, mutual funds, home buying, real estate investing, and related topics.