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The R&D Tax Credit and Payroll-Tax Offset Swirl: It’s A Tax Treat for Qualified Small Businesses
21May
The R&D Tax Credit and Payroll-Tax Offset Swirl: It’s A Tax Treat for Qualified Small Businesses
Did you know your business could qualify for a ‘sweet’ tax credit. Does your startup or small business spend money on trial-and-error activities to create a new product or improve a process? If that sounds like your business, the R&D tax credit and the payroll tax offset should absolutely be part of your tax strategy....
Shrinking the Delaware Tax Loophole: Other U.S. States to Incorporate Your Business
20Apr
Shrinking the Delaware Tax Loophole: Other U.S. States to Incorporate Your Business
Delaware taxes may not seem great after considering what Nevada, Oregon, and Wyoming have to offer. Get expert tax advice.
Side Hustlers! Don’t Forget to Pay Your Small Business Taxes
31Mar
Side Hustlers! Don’t Forget to Pay Your Small Business Taxes
You may not have had time to check out all of the business expenses that your side hustle affords you. Skim our infographic of five small business deductions you shouldn’t miss.
Consider This Before Selling Your C-Corp Stock
29Mar
Consider This Before Selling Your C-Corp Stock
Are you looking to sell your c-corp stock? Check out these tips on how you may be able to save some serious cash.
Don’t Forget How Generous You Were Last Year and Miss Out on 2020 IRS Charitable Deductions
26Mar
Don’t Forget How Generous You Were Last Year and Miss Out on 2020 IRS Charitable Deductions
The CARES Act made changes to charitable deductions for 2020. Find out how the IRS is giving back to you for your generosity.
Make Sure You Know Your IRS Tax Deadlines for Filing Your 2020 Business Taxes in 2021
3Mar
Make Sure You Know Your IRS Tax Deadlines for Filing Your 2020 Business Taxes in 2021
Whether you file your business’s taxes yourself or you have help, making sure your tax returns are right and on time is a lot easier when you have a year-round reliable accounting team and have the right deadlines marked on your calendar. By outsourcing your business’s accounting and taxes with inDinero, you’re covered on both...
Start Me Up: What You Need to Know About Business Startup Costs
18Dec
Start Me Up: What You Need to Know About Business Startup Costs
Do you know what period your business is in? Find out if your business is in startup mode or active trade and what it means for your taxes and expenses.
Year-End, Capital Gains Tax and Iffy Choices
14Dec
Year-End, Capital Gains Tax and Iffy Choices
To help you learn a little more about capital gains and what you should be thinking about at year-end, here's a breakdown of definitions and taxation.
Why Cryptocurrency Taxation Isn’t As Cryptic As You Thought
7Dec
Why Cryptocurrency Taxation Isn’t As Cryptic As You Thought
Are you using cryptocurrency in your business? The tax experts at inDinero have broken down the basics of crypto taxation so you can avoid huge tax bills.
Paying Less Taxes Can be Like Totally Bonus
16Nov
Paying Less Taxes Can be Like Totally Bonus
Was your business profitable in 2020? Do you expect a large income tax bill? If so, this blog is for you!
Secrets of a Home Office Tax Deduction Revealed
4Nov
Secrets of a Home Office Tax Deduction Revealed
2020 has introduced millions to remote work—does that mean you or your employees qualify for a home office deduction? See who and how to qualify this year.
5 Doubts About Payroll Tax Holiday You Need to Clarify
17Aug
5 Doubts About Payroll Tax Holiday You Need to Clarify
There are things to love or hate about the latest executive order of a payroll tax holiday, such as: Eligible employees love the extra cash in their pockets that would ordinarily go to the government to spend or to save. Though as it stands now, that extra cash would need to be repaid at the end of the period…
ASC 606: What You Need to Know
12Mar
ASC 606: What You Need to Know
ASC 606, a new accounting standard, changes the way businesses recognize revenue in contracts with customers, particularly customer payments.
Pancakes and Pianos: A Primer on Business Tax Deductions
4Feb
Pancakes and Pianos: A Primer on Business Tax Deductions
Do you find taxation confusing? I did. Then I became a tax accountant. I still find it confusing. Just not as much or as often.
Estimated Taxes, a Clever IRS, and a Well-Dressed Mobster
12Nov
Estimated Taxes, a Clever IRS, and a Well-Dressed Mobster
Taxable income is cleverly defined by the IRS. Instead of making certain types of income taxable, and leaving the rest not taxable, it took an opposite position: all income is taxable—unless it’s not.