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Small Business Worker Classification: Independent Contractor Or Employee?

The self-employed contribute a mighty portion to the U.S. economy – nearly $1 trillion. There is no question that they are helping create jobs by growing and hiring new workers. The question is, by hiring additional workers, are micro-businesses (those with 10 or fewer employees) actually creating more paperwork for themselves?

Published on February 14, 2012

Updated: NASE Supports Bill To Cut Excessive Paperwork For Small Businesses

The National Association for the Self-Employed (NASE) announced its support today of a bill that would help decrease a potential paperwork nightmare for the self-employed and micro-businesses (10 or fewer employees).

Published on February 01, 2012

Preparing Your 2011 Tax Return (WLW-AM)

NASE National Tax Advisor Keith Hall talks about tips for getting a jump on your 2011 tax return, such as taking the mileage deduction.

Published on January 26, 2012

NASE Statement On White House Small Biz Meeting

Kristie Arslan, Executive Director of the NASE, released the following statement after a meeting with the White House on a Government shutdown’s effect on America’s small business community...

Published on April 08, 2011

Self-Employed: How To Survive An Audit

The IRS expects one in six of total 2010 tax returns will be filed by self-employed Schedule C filers. A small percentage of those self-employed businesses will be subject to an audit each year.

Published on March 23, 2011

Own a Small Business? Say Hello to Your New Best Friend: IRS Form 1099 (Huffington Post)

Found deep within the new health reform law is a little known provision that will increase tax regulation on all of America's businesses beginning in 2012. Who will be hardest hit? You got it...small business.

Published on July 19, 2010

How To Prepare Your Micro-Business For Future Audits

Preparing taxes that will sail through the audit process is as easy as following the Three Cs of Tax Preparation.

Published on February 17, 2010

2009 Tax Changes For The Self-Employed

Prior to preparing 2009 tax forms, the self-employed and micro-businesses (fewer than 10 employees) should be aware of a few tax law changes, including adjustments to the standard mileage rate and the self-employment tax.

Published on January 13, 2010

IRS Recommends New Requirements For Tax Return Preparers

In June 2009, IRS Commissioner Doug Shulman called for a comprehensive review of the paid tax return preparer industry, drawing on all relevant data and input from interested parties. Based on this review, the IRS has announced a number of steps that it plans to implement for future filing seasons. These steps will not be in effect for the current 2010 filing season.

Published on January 08, 2010

IRS Related Blog Posts

A Big Way Congress Can Get the IRS Off the Backs of Small Businesses

Another year, another tax season, more unjust taxes on the small business community. Despite stepping out of the unemployment line and into a new, job creating small business on Main Street, small business owners could be hit with another unfair tax this year when they file their returns.

Published on March 17, 2016

Just Another Unfair Tax by the IRS

In the next few months, thousands of small business will file their tax returns across Delaware. But this year, on top of the myriad complex tax liabilities and unequal deductions forced onto small business owners, they now face another unfair tax by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS): a penalty for offering health care support to their employees.

Published on February 23, 2016

Online reviews, tax deadline extensions and patents - Link roundup

Published on November 20, 2012

Tax Tip: Surviving An IRS Audit

Published on March 19, 2012

The New 1099-K – Who Knows?

Published on March 12, 2012

IRS Pulls Back From Credit Card Reporting Requirement

Published on February 15, 2012

Reclassifying Independent Contract Workers As Employees?

Published on January 27, 2012

How Do I Account For Gratuities In My Payroll? [Ask The Experts Q&A]

Published on September 13, 2011

Self-Employed: How To Survive An Audit

Published on March 25, 2011

Taxpayer Advocate Calls For Simplification

Published on January 06, 2011

Self-Employed? Say Hello to Your New Best Friend in 2012: IRS Form 1099 [Commentary]

Published on May 18, 2010

IRS Guidance On Health Care Tax Credit

Published on May 17, 2010

What You Need To Know About The Small Business Health Care Tax Credit

Published on April 29, 2010

The Little-known Capital Gains Aspect of the 2010 Federal Estate Tax Exclusion

Published on January 15, 2010

2009 Tax Changes For Micro-Businesses

Published on January 14, 2010

Building a Nest Egg for your Employees

Published on November 11, 2009

Worker Classification [IRS Tips]

Published on September 07, 2009

Business Loss Carryback Deadline Approaching

Published on August 19, 2009

Find the Retirement Plan For You [IRS News]

Published on July 23, 2009

Guidance on Expanded Tax Credit [IRS News]

Published on June 02, 2009

Stimulus News

Published on April 28, 2009

Small Biz Deductions - Net Operating Loss Carryback And More

Published on April 01, 2009

Helpful News from the IRS

Published on March 31, 2009

Tax Provisions in the Stimulus

Published on February 20, 2009

Communication and Simplification [IRS Small Business Forum]

Published on January 27, 2009

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