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Contractors VS Employees What’s Best For You
  • Published: October 9, 2014

Contractors vs. Employees Contractors can be a better option because it saves the employer in costs. An independent contractor typically operates under his/her own business name and supplies their own materials, therefore, saving the employer in labor and material costs. Employers also don’t withhold taxes from payments to independent contractors. Hiring an independent contractor vs. an employee also means less liability for the employer. If anything happens, the liability is on the business that the contractor works for. Full-time employees are a better option if the employer wants someone to work for them long-term, or wants the employee’s sole focus…Read More

  • Published: October 9, 2014

What Protections Do LLC’s Offer? The most effective way for business owners to protect their personal assets is for them to file as a corporation or LLC. By filing as a corporation, there is no personal liability for any debts, breaches of contract, or personal injuries that may be caused by the corporation, its employees, or agents. In a limited partnership, there is no personal liability for the debts and obligations of the partnership beyond what that partner has personally contributed to the business.In contrast, in a general partnership, both partners are liable for whatever debts the business, or the…Read More

  • Published: October 9, 2014

Avoid is hiring people that you know and assuming nothing can go wrong. In order to be successful, you should hire people who are best suited and have expertise in their designated role. Avoid taking your family members or friends and try to fit them into a role that they may not be suited for. By hiring people you trust, you may think that having them sign contracts such as a non-compete or confidentiality agreements are unnecessary. However, just because you are on good terms now does not mean that things will not change in the future. If a family…Read More

Crowdfunding vs Private Placement which should we go for
  • Published: September 10, 2014

Crowdfunding Is A New Way. Crowdfunding is a new way for small businesses to raise funding in a fairly quick manner. The business must post their idea on an approved crowdfunding portal, such as kickstarter.com. Some advantages of crowdfunding are that anyone can donate almost any amount, large or small, to any business or project that they believe is a good idea. The company has to disclose their idea on the crowdfunding website, and set a goal. However, there are several disadvantages to crowdfunding. By law, businesses are limited to raising a total amount of $1 million through crowdfunding. Individuals…Read More

  • Published: April 24, 2014

Tax Issues To Think About For 2014 and Beyond There are two main tax issues to think about in the upcoming years: the affect of the Affordable Care Act (Obama Care), and the phasing out of popular tax deductions. This article will discuss succinctly the Act’s affect in regard to the penalty that will be placed on all those without healthcare, starting the 2014 tax year, and the phasing out of the lower healthcare threshold for itemized filers, higher-education tuition deduction, mortgage insurance premiums deduction, and the mortgage debt exclusion. Obama Care Penalty Starting in the tax year 2014, persons…Read More

  • Published: April 15, 2014

Second Home Tax Advantages Looking for a way to make your vacation home a little more affordable? Have you ever thought about turning your vacation home into a business? By answering yes to both of these questions, you may be thinking of saving a little money. By turning your vacation home into a business, you could offset the income that you earn on the home with the expenses that are accumulated through-out the year. For example, if your water heater breaks unexpectedly, you would be forced to pay the repairs out of your own pocket with no tax advantage on…Read More

  • Published: April 7, 2014

Tax Tips For The Recent Graduate So you just graduated from college, and now you are on your own for many things—including tax preparation. It is likely that your parents and peers will give little if any guidance on how you should go about filing your tax return. So what should you do? This short article will point out two very important portions of your tax return: how you should go about deductions, and what status you should choose when filing. Deductions sound like a very intimidating topic. Every day we learn about a new deduction that we could claim…Read More

  • Published: April 3, 2014

Thinking about having a child but scared that your employment, or the employment of your loved one, may be in jeopardy? First, congratulations on this life-changing event that is sure to be a wonderful period in your life. Second, fear not, for the US government has made sure that employees are protected when preparing for child birth. Two laws in particular stand out: The Pregnancy Discrimination Act protects those who are pregnant and are in the job search process, or who currently hold a position in a company. The law outlines that companies with more than 15 employees must treat…Read More

Cuatro consejos rápidos sobre impuestos para el emprendedor
  • Published: March 18, 2014

Emprendedor estos consejos sobre impuestos son para ti: 1. Las Comidas Las comidas son deducibles hasta el 50% de los costos de los impuestos, pero debe haber habido un propósito de negocios para la comida. Simplemente ir a almorzar durante la jornada no es suficiente. Por ejemplo, si está conociendo a un cliente o a un proveedor de para discutir asuntos de negocios, esto probablemente baste. Asegúrese de usted nota el propósito de la cena, lo que se discutió, el día, hora, y cantidad de la cena. Por lo general, el mejor lugar para escribir esta información es en la…Read More

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