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Understand How You’ll Be Taxed If You’ve Been Drawing Unemployment Benefits

If you’re drawing unemployment benefits, you will be taxed. Learn how to deal with taxes while collecting unemployment as a small business owner.

The 15 Most Common LLC Forms You Need to Know About

Learn about form and filing requirements for your LLC, including articles of organization, annual reports, operating agreements and more.

14 Common Business Licenses You Might Need

It’s important to stay compliant with business license regulations to keep your company running smoothly. Learn about some of the most common licenses here.

IRS Offers ‘How-To’ Guide for Audits of LLCs, Small Businesses

Learn what to expect during an audit, including payment options, when to appeal a decision, your responsibilities and how to plan for the best outcome.

Family LLCs: Everything You Need to Know

Starting a family business is a smart way to get a new venture up and running. Check out these best practices to kick off on the right foot.

Opening a Business Bank Account? Avoid These Mistakes

A business bank account can be hugely beneficial, but only if you take the necessary precautions. Here’s what to watch out for.

Should You Use Your Unemployment Benefits to Start an LLC?

If you are collecting unemployment insurance, now may be the right time to create an LLC under government supported self-employment assistance programs.

​Do LLCs Get a 1099 During Tax Time?

Do LLCs get a 1099? The answer is not a simple yes or no. This article provides some guidelines for knowing when an LLC should get a 1099.

Your Guide to 2020 Federal Tax Brackets and Rates

Meta desc: Learn about federal tax brackets and income bands for yourself and your small business. Includes information on how much you’ll need to pay, federal and self-employment tax and more.

We’ve Got All the Last-Minute Tax Tips You Need

As spring arrives and March begins to dwindle, you may start to hear the ticktock of the clock. If you’re a small business owner, you’re not alone. As April approaches,