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How to Get Your New Business on Track

When running a business, you need to understand how to run and track your money well before your business can commence, which areas of your business you can automate or outsource, and which experts you should consult for the guidance you need to help you do well.
Posted on Sep 05, 2018 by Susan Ranford

Key Tax Incentive Extensions from the American Taxpayer Relief Act

Posted on Jan 11, 2013

Which Retirement Plan Should I Choose? [NASE Experts]

Posted on Jul 19, 2012

Business Meals [Ask The Experts Q & A]

Posted on May 15, 2012

Does Your Tax Planning End On New Years?

Posted on Apr 10, 2012

Tax Tip: Surviving An IRS Audit

Posted on Mar 19, 2012

NASE Member Dues Are Tax Deductible [Ask The Experts Q&A]

Posted on Mar 01, 2012
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Ask the Expert - Added Expenses on Extended Tax Return
Question: I extended my tax return that is now due on October 15th. I just discovered that I left off some expenses from the previous year that I should have included. Can I include those amounts on this tax return or on next year’s tax return, or have I lost the benefit of those expenses?
Posted on Sep 13, 2019
Tax Preparation for the Small Business Owner
At The National Association for the Self-Employed, we know that tax season can be a hassle for independent contractors, freelancers, and small business owners. You don’t usually have the resources to hire seasoned accountants, so you end up taking precious time out of your busy day to do it yourself. But never fear, NASE is here to guide you and your small business through the process with the essential knowledge you’ll need to navigate your 2018 Tax Year.
Posted on Feb 25, 2019
Too Early to Start Thinking About Taxes
I hope 2018 was a great year for you and your business and that your expectations for 2019 are even better. Most of you haven’t even begun to think about taxes for 2018, but I wanted to start the year asking you to think about taxes for 2019. I know, I know, who cares about a tax return that isn’t due until April of 2020 but I will put my money where my mouth is. You may have heard me say that almost all tax savings ideas, the really good ones, end as the New Year comes in. Most great ideas have to be considered and implemented before the end of the year and before you actually start filling out any of those silly IRS tax forms. I want to help you save up to $5,000 in taxes for 2019 just by reading this idea and then saying, “Yes”!
Posted on Jan 28, 2019
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Are Quarterly Estimated Tax Payments Really Needed?
Find out more about quarterly estimated tax payments. How much should my quarterly payment be and what happens if I do not make payments? What are a 3 safe harbors to help you avoid penalties? Always remember, do not pay in more taxes than you have to.
Posted on Jan 10, 2018 by Katie Vlietstra
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Will you be prepared at the end of the year to take your vehicle tax deduction? Are you keeping a mileage log in case of audit?
Posted on Jan 10, 2018
Self Employment Tax
As a self-employed business owner, you are the employee and the company. Make sure that self-employment tax is part of your business plan.
Posted on Jan 10, 2018
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