Buying or selling a business may be the largest transaction you’ll ever make. Pay attention to taxes. After a deal is done, it may be too late to get the best tax results.
Often in divorce, a court order stipulates which parent may claim a child or children on their taxes. This can also be used as a bargaining chip for either party when negotiating an agreement. But, what does the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) say about who can claim a child? While a local court may stipulate[ … ]
Employer-provided group term life insurance can be a nice employee benefit. But depending on the amount of coverage, it may cause an unwanted tax result. Here’s why.
Are you giving holiday gifts to employees or customers? Or is your business throwing a holiday party? Make sure you understand the tax implications.
Private companies with more than one owner should have a buy-sell agreement to spell out how ownership shares will change hands should an owner depart. For businesses structured as C corporations, the agreements also have significant tax implications that are important to understand. Buy-sell basics A buy-sell agreement sets up parameters for the transfer of[ … ]
If you allow employees to telecommute, be sure to consider the potential tax implications. Hiring someone in another state, for example, might create sufficient nexus to expose your company to that state’s income, sales and use, franchise, withholding, or unemployment taxes. And the employee might be subject to double taxation if both states attempt to[ … ]