When and How to Fill Out a Form W-9
Today I want to write about Form W-9 and when it’s used. My discussion will focus on the most-common usage of Form W-9, which is to collect information from contractors so a Form 1099 can be prepared. I will not be getting into other uses of the W-9. Who Should Fill Out a W-9 I […]
If a Not-for-Profit Loses Its Corporate Status, Does It Lose Its Tax-Exempt Status As Well?
If a not-for-profit loses its corporate status at the state level, does this affect its tax-exempt status with the IRS?
You Can Afford Employees But Not an Accountant?
Things business owners have actually said to me: “I hired employees but can’t afford an accountant.”
Why Do Unethical Clients Bother Working With Tax and Accounting Pros?
I’m always confused when an unethical client bothers seeking out the help of a licensed professional.
Tips For Financing a Small Business: Part 2 of 5 — Use Your Accountant as a Resource
Use your accountant as a resource when financing your small business
Handling Franchise Fees on a Tax Return
The handling of franchise fees on a tax return is not complicated but it’s also not intuitive.
Tips For Financing a Small Business: Part 1 of 5 — There’s Going to Be Paperwork, Deal With It
Tips for financing a small business include: understand that there’s going to be paperwork and hoops to jump through.
A Little Bit About Sole Proprietorships, Part 2
Some basic tax information about sole proprietorships
A Little Bit About Sole Proprietorships, Part 1
Basic tax information about sole proprietorships