Tag's: S Corp

How To Fill Out W4 To Minimize Tax Liabilities

If you're a business owner and you have a business that does not have sole proprietorship, so in other words, you're a corporation or s-corp, you might pay yourself a salary. In other words, you are in payroll if you're an active member of your business. When you put yourself on payroll, how do you know how much to withhold? And not only that, you might just have a part-time
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2018 Tax Strategies For Self Employed Earning Less Than $350K

Are you an entrepreneur making less than $350,000 dollars? Today, I talk tax strategies he can use to reduce taxes on your 2018 tax return.Previously I talked about entrepreneurs who make less than a $100,000. Even if you make above that amount, I do recommend you watch that video because there are some things you can learn. In this video I specifically talk about situations in addition to that. That might limit
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2018 Tax Planning Savings Tip For Business Earning Less Than $100k Annually

Are you an entrepreneur making less than 100,000? Well, today I'll be talking about tax strategies you can use in your 2018 taxes to help you save money.Let us talk about your 2018 tax planning. It's almost end of the year. It's time for you to start thinking about this. This episode right here is just dedicated to entrepreneurs making less than $100,000. So, if you're making more than that they'll be other
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2018 Business Tax Strategies When Married To Save Thousands of Dollars

Are you a married taxpayer? Would you like to learn how to save money on your taxes? Do you have medical expenses? Do you have childcare expenses? Well, if you meet this criteria and you'd like learn how to save money on medical expenses and child care expenses, then this video is for you.One of the advantages of being a married taxpayer is the ability to hire your spouse.
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S Corporation or LLC

So your part-time hobby has turned into a business or a few favors for friends have turned into a fully-fledged income, but when it comes to paying taxes, you don't know where to start. You know that you have to pay your taxes, but all of the legal jargon has you confused. Well while there are a multitude of choices as to how to establish your business, the easiest ones
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