Posts by Jackie Lam
The IRS has created an easy-to-follow video called “Your Guide to An IRS Audit” to explain exactly what an IRS audit for a small business entails.
When you sign up for any of Incfile’s packages to start your business, one of the added perks is a free one-hour tax consultation.
If you’re new to the digital nomad life, paying taxes when working remotely can feel overwhelming. Do you get a tax break if you’re not living in the U.S.? Do traveling business expenses count as a write-off? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered on everything you need to know to cover your taxes as a digital nomad. In this guide, we’ll walk you through how to pay U.S. taxes when you’re working abroad.
While it may seem simple, joining forces with a like-minded entrepreneur to form a business partnership doesn’t come without risks.
With all the virtual communication tools making it easy to work from just about anywhere, you may be doing business in multiple states.
Tax season might’ve passed for this year, but it’s never too late to think about how you can save money on next year’s taxes! One key way small business owners can do this is by forming an S Corporation from their existing LLC or C Corporation.
So you’ve most likely just wrapped up filing your 2016 taxes for your small business. And before you take a breather from business tax, you’ll want to take note of tax-related matters that affect you as an entrepreneur. According to a recent article from Business News Daily, here are some business tax trends in 2017 […]
We’ll go over exactly why filing as an LLC (vs a corporation) can pay off come tax time.
Small businesses are often hit harder by fraud and embezzlement than larger companies. According to the American Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, companies with fewer than 100 employees make up nearly 30 percent of reported cases of fraud, and the median loss per business was $150,000. Wouldn’t that take a big bite out of your […]
If you’re a small business owner who is looking into ways to finance your company, you might’ve looked into using a Rollover for Business Startups, or ROBS. With ROBS, you can use funds from your 401(k) for your startup without incurring any penalties. If you’d like to use funds from a 401(k) to finance your […]