Small Business Accountants
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The Professional Association of Small Business Accountants (PASBA) represents Certified Public Accountants, Public Accountants, and Enrolled Agents who provide accounting services to small businesses throughout the United States.
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IRS Clarifies Procedure for An...
The IRS issued guidance for small business annual tax filers that want to claim a research credit against their payroll tax liability. The IRS stated that computing the tax credit for annual employment tax filers if the income tax return electing the credit is filed during the first three quarter...Read More
Small Business Budget Savvy
As a small business owner, you know how imperative it is for your business to save money. Entrepreneurs need to be nimble, resourceful, and creative to keep the business robust enough to survive the ever-changing tides of a changing global economy. With gross receipts of less than $1 million ...Read More
Distinguishing between Indepen...
Employers have several tax obligations related to their employees. They are expected to withhold income taxes and social security and Medicare taxes from their employees’ pay in addition to paying unemployment tax on their wages. On the other hand, employers have no tax obligations on payments th...Read More