Tax returns

Profit calculation by cash inflow and outflow accounting

As April 15 approaches, businesses are faced with a major challenge: They not only need to communicate their tax returns to the IRS, but also their previous year’s profits. Small businesses, self-employed individuals, and freelancers need to take the cash inflow and outflow principle into account when calculating their profit. But what exactly does this mean? This guide will help you through this...

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?

Filing entertainment expenses: Here’s how it works

When it comes to the entertaining of both clients and employees, it is possible to save a lot of money by following the tax authorities’ guidelines closely. By doing this you can spend a fraction of what you would on entertainment expenses and even get 100 percent of some expenses back. Find out here which events can be counted under this scheme as well as what the requirements are for doing it...

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...

Types of taxes in the US: an overview

Keeping track of taxes in the US isn’t exactly a piece of cake. There are so many types of taxes that it’s difficult to know which ones apply to you and your business. If you don’t file your taxes correctly with the IRS, it could result in penalties, which could cost your business a lot of money. This article explains the main types of taxes so that business owners can inform themselves to see...

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...

Numbering invoices: What you need to know

Numbering your invoices isn’t required under U.S. law, but it’s a helpful tool for managing your business and tracking your transaction history. Utilizing a good invoice numbering system makes it easier to locate invoices for future referencing, and can come in handy when accessing sale records for customer service purposes. Following a structured invoice numbering system can also be helpful when...