If you’re running a small business, then finding time to keep up on money-saving tax strategies can be a challenge. That’s complicated by the fact that tax laws are constantly changing. I&U CPA LLC dedicated this page to strategic tax planning for small business owners. Our CPAs and tax accountants keep updating this small business tax strategies page constantly so keep visiting frequently to benefit the most.
Many people think taxes are simply a chore, something to attend to once a year. Anyone with that attitude is probably leaving money on the table, whereas those who plan ahead to avoid paying unnecessary taxes are the real winners. For high-net-worth individuals, Personal Tax Strategies require careful attention across a wide range of areas with the long view in mind. Regardless of your income level, visit this page frequently to find useful personal tax strategies.
When to Check Refund Status? If you e-file, you can get refund information 72 hours after the IRS acknowledges receipt of your return. If you file a paper return, refund information will generally be available three to four weeks after mailing your return. Follow the links on this page to conveniently track your tax refund.
These Record Retention Guidelines provide a general guideline for the retention of tax and other financial records, but the specific holding periods for any record retention policy should be given careful scrutiny in light of federal and state tax laws, any pending investigations, regulated industry requirements or contract covenants. In addition to these general guidelines, each business should consider any industry standards which may affect the holding period of records due to the unusual legal circumstances.
Use this Tax Calendar to view due dates for filing tax forms, paying taxes, and key federal holidays that affect individuals and businesses for each month. If the due date for a return or deposit falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday, your return or deposit is considered timely if it is filed or deposited on the next business day. This calendar applies to calendar year taxpayers since most individuals and small businesses are on a calendar year.
The IRS has announced the annual inflation adjustments for a number of provisions for the year 2014, including tax rate schedules, tax tables and cost-of-living adjustments for certain tax items. Visit this Tax Rates page to keep up to date on key federal tax law developments throughout the year.
For the convenience of our clients, we compiled most popular IRS Tax Publications in this section. Many publications are revised once each year. You will need Adobe Reader to view these publications.