A quick glance down the list will tell you the theme for this month's curated post: taxes. We selected these four articles to arm business owners and executives with practical information like important dates, changes and other insights to make tax season—this one and the next—as smooth as possible.
When businesses hire and retain certain long-term unemployed individuals facing barriers to employment, they are able to take advantage of the Work Opportunity Tax Credit. This post from Paychex outlines how the program works and what companies must to in order to benefit.
It’s easy to fall into bad habits when it comes to your tax returns, but these habits come at a price. This post from Forbes focuses on common mistakes small business owners make, what the true cost is and how to avoid making them again this year.
There are a lot of dates to remember when it comes to taxes. The IRS has compiled the important dates most taxpayers will need to be aware of for 2017 in one place for easy reference. These dates and deadlines are organized by quarter for everyone from individuals to different types of corporations to farmers and fishermen.
Sure, we’re in the thick of tax season, but as a business owner you know the more you plan, the smoother the season goes. If you’re kicking yourself for not paying attention throughout 2016, consider 2017 your year to change. This post from Business News Daily offers insight into six things you can do this year to make the 2018 tax season easier.