Month: December 2016

How this Wall Street analyst used woman-power to build a financial consultancy services startup

Startups are born out of brilliant ideas and sometimes these ideas are backed by solid expertise. However, companies cannot run with just a great idea and [...]

Standard mileage rates for 2017 are announced

The optional standard mileage rates for business use of a vehicle will drop slightly in 2017, the second consecutive annual decline, the IRS announced. For [...]

How Donald Trump’s Tax Changes Will Impact You

The Tax Reform that Will Make America Great Again Will Hurt Many Americans. Are You One of Them? “Reduce taxes across-the-board, especially for working and [...]

Congress Eliminates IRS Penalty on Employer Reimbursements for Health Insurance

The Senate passed legislation Wednesday eliminating a tax penalty on employers who reimburse employees for the cost of health insurance premiums, following [...]

5 Expert Tax Ideas to Help You Navigate 2017

The holiday season is upon us and after being completely worn out by election season - we're ready to haul out the holly, put up the tree, light the menorah, [...]

4 Ways To Survive A Dreaded IRS Audit

There are certainly horror stories in which IRS audits have led to the closure of businesses.  Yet these are really worst-case scenarios.  The fact is that [...]

LLCS OR CORPORATIONS: WHICH IS BETTER FOR NON-RESIDENTS?

For a foreign national looking to set up a business in the US, the choices of business entity to use look very confusing. Most of the free information about [...]