Proposed tax cut would ease small business equipment costs

Proposed tax cut would ease small business equipment costs

A new proposed tax cut would allow business owners to deduct 50 percent of the cost of a new equipment purchase made through the end of the year. “This tax

Connecticut jobs bill gives tax credit to angel investors

Connecticut jobs bill gives tax credit to angel investors

A wide-reaching jobs bill recently passed in Connecticut will give a significant tax credit to angel investors and establish a $15 million loan pool for small businesses in the state.

New tax breaks could help get money to C corporations

New tax breaks could help get money to C corporations

According to a report from CNN Money, President Barack Obama is supporting a proposal to eliminate capital gains taxes on investments made in 2010 and 2011 in certain small businesses.

Low interest rates could help small businesses

Low interest rates could help small businesses

In the aftermath of the 1990 and 2001 recessions, small businesses expanded their payrolls more than any other type of firm. Now, as the nation moves toward economic recovery, economists

Tennessee budget plans might encourage business incorporation

Tennessee budget plans might encourage business incorporation

As the national economy recovers, Tennessee is still in a state of downturn. The Daily Timesreports that state revenue is about $196 million below projections for the current budget year. This

Corporate tax incentives in North Carolina give entrepreneurs good reason to incorporate

Corporate tax incentives in North Carolina give entrepreneurs good reason to incorporate

According to a report from the Small Business Administration, small businesses are expected to lead the nation out of the recession. SMBs are responsible for generating more than 64 percent

Entrepreneurs take note: Tax trends for 2010

Entrepreneurs take note: Tax trends for 2010

Entrepreneurs are likely finishing up their 2009 tax filings. As they prepare to leave last year’s finances behind them, it might be wise to look ahead to tax trends for 2010.