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Input tax: sales tax made simple

Input tax: sales tax made simple

Complicated tax regulations can be a minefield, causing confusion for entrepreneurs year after year. But it’s worth being fully aware of the specific tax legislation in your state; you could be entitled to a rebate for the sales tax spent on business operations. But how does this essential part of the tax law work? In this handy guide, we explain the concept of input tax and sales tax, as well as...

Tax Tips for the Self-Employed

Tax Tips for the Self-Employed

How can I save on tax? This is an eternal question for the self-employed. In order to be well-versed in questions of tax, and improve your own financial situation, you need the necessary information: What taxes have you incurred? And what can be deducted from them?

Loss carryforward and loss carryback: tips for doing taxes

Loss carryforward and loss carryback: tips for doing taxes

Just because your business has been running smoothly for years, it doesn’t mean that things will always be this way. There could be times where the expenditures of your business are greater than its revenues. It wouldn’t be fair to expect the company to pay tax when it isn’t as financially stable as in previous years. This is where the provisions, loss carryforward, and loss carryback come into...

Single entry accounting – a guide

Single entry accounting – a guide

Given its range of functions and complexities, it is perhaps of no surprise that there are multiple approaches to it. One such approach is single entry accounting. But exactly what is single entry accounting? What are the advantages and disadvantages of it? Who should use it? How does it differ from the double entry approach? This article answers these questions and aims to tell you everything you...

Non-profit accounting | what needs to be considered?

Non-profit accounting | what needs to be considered?

When it comes to accounting, non-profit organizations differ from for-profit organizations in that they can be exempt from paying taxes after filling out certain forms and sending them to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). It can be confusing knowing which forms to fill out but our article will explain how accounting for non-profit organizations works. There is numerous non-profit accounting...

Booking entertainment expenses: The rules

Booking entertainment expenses: The rules

Most firms organize regular company events - business meals aren’t a rarity either. While selecting the menu plays an important role in the organization of such events, it’s just as important, if not more, to properly record all of your meal and entertainment expenses so that you can file for tax deductions.