Monthly Archives: May 2011

Your Company’s Retirement Plan – Time for a Check-up?

Your Company's Retirement Plan - Time for a Check-up?, no question, keeping a retirement plan in compliance with tax and pension law requirements can be challenging for employers. Since mistakes in plan administration are not unusual and can be costly if uncovered in a government audit it's smart for employers to review their plan's operations…
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Hobby or Business? Why the IRS Cares

Hobby or Business? Why the IRS Cares, turning a hobby you enjoy into a riioney-making activity can make for an ideal work situation. And many people do turn to their personal interests for business inspiration after they "retire" or when they simply want to supplement their job earnings. The income received from such pursuits is…
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Put Your Child on the Payroll This Summer

Put Your Child on the Payroll This Summer, are you it self-employed business owner and the parent of a teenager? Giving your child a job this summer could be a smart tax move. Deduction for you. The net income you earn as a self-employed person ill 2011 will he taxed at rates as high as…
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A Window of Opportunity for Family Business Owners

A Window of Opportunity for Family Business Owners, as a small business owner, you may have high hopes that your kids and grandkids will keep your company going well into the future. Along with those hopes may come worries that a substantial estate-tax burden could make it difficult, if not impossible, for the next generation…
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