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New U. S. Supreme Court Ruling Changes the Landscape for State Sales and Use Tax
Under the new law, out-of-state sellers would be liable for collecting sales tax from customers. Those who will be most impacted by the decision are businesses with significant online sales.
Basis consistency rules may come into play if you’re administering an estate or inheriting property
Administering an estate? Or in line to inherit property from a family member whose estate may be liable for estate tax? You’d better get familiar with the basis consistency rules.
Finding a 401(k) that’s right for your business
When ready to offer a 401(k) plan, business owners shouldn’t assume they’re limited to a “traditional” plan. There are other types of 401(k)s that may better suit your company.
Using analytical procedures in an audit provides many benefits
Analytical procedures help test financial statement relationships and balances. Here’s why everyone wins with audit analytics.
Does your business have to begin collecting sales tax on all out-of-state online sales?
In late June, the U.S. Supreme Court expanded the ability of states to collect sales tax from out-of-state online retailers. If your business makes online sales to out-of-state customers, here’s what you need to know.
Don’t let collaborative arrangements cause financial reporting headaches
If you’re frustrated by the vague rules for reporting collaborative arrangements on your income statement, you’re not alone. Fortunately, relief from the FASB soon may be on its way.
Saving tax on restricted stock awards with the Sec. 83(b) election
Have you recently been awarded restricted stock or do you expect to be awarded such stock this year? The Section 83(b) election can be beneficial if the income at the grant date is negligible or the stock is likely to appreciate significantly. Here’s why.
Putting your child on your business’s payroll for the summer may make more tax sense than ever
Business owners with children who are students in their teens or early 20s can save taxes by hiring them for the summer. Learn more.
Don’t let fraud tear your family business apart
To prevent, find and pursue prosecution of occupational fraud, family businesses need to be just as vigilant as nonfamily businesses while overcoming some unique obstacles.
Could a long-term deal ease your succession planning woes?
No one ever said succession planning would be easy. If you’re starting to think about retirement and are struggling with your succession plan, consider the benefits of a long-term deal to gradually transition ownership to an outside buyer.
Factor in state and local taxes when deciding where to live in retirement
Trying to decide where to retire? To avoid unpleasant tax surprises, it’s critical to consider state and local income, property, sales and estate taxes.