A common question from business owners is, how can a small business avoid the crush of taxes and regulations while still staying within the confines of the law?
I say it depends on your cash flow and whether or not you can afford to pay yourself a reasonable salary for the work you’re doing.
Many of the business clients I work with are either side businesses, or side businesses that are turning into "real" businesses. I've written before about the struggle of taking a side business and turning it into something more. Today, I'm going to write about the choices a business owner has with their side business when they [...]
When a sole proprietor has an employer identification number (EIN), it would seem to be common sense that the proprietor would put that EIN on the Schedule C for the proprietorship. Not so fast -- especially of the sole proprietorship is a single-member LLC taxed as a sole proprietorship.