Interested in reducing your business tax liability? We thought so . . . that's why we've created articles and resources designed to help small business owners minimize their tax burden through strategic tax planning.
Minimizing capital gains is the road to riches. If you know how to avoid paying capital gains taxes or at least limit capital gains tax, you can put more money in your pocket, rather than give it to the IRS.
Increasing your expenses in December is one of the best ways to pay less in taxes. Here's how it's done.
These end of year tax tips may cross the line. Still, they're fun to think through!
These end of year tax tips for small business owners are great. A ten minute read that can save you a bundle!
It seems counterintuitive but by taking steps to lower your revenues in December, pushing revenues to January, you can actually lower your taxes.
How to lower my taxes? That's a question that's top of mind for many entrepreneurs right now. Fortunately, our December tax tips article for small business owners is chock full of useful end of year tax tips.
If business is bad, there may be a silver lining. You may be able to use this year's losses to lower your taxes in previous years!
If you're a well-compensated executive and can afford to defer your compensation to retirement, deferred compensation can be a great way to minimize your current tax obligations.
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