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Sole Proprietorships

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The most common and simplest form of business is a sole proprietorship. Learn about both the pros and cons of this business structure.
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Marco Carbajo
Tired of getting turned down for credit for your business? Learn the questions card issuers ask to decide whether you're a good credit risk.
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Harry McCracken
The latest QuickBooks update can't take all of the pain out of small-business accounting. But it sure makes the process easier than it used to be.
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Harry McCracken
The latest QuickBooks update can't take all of the pain out of small-business accounting. But it sure makes the process easier than it used to be.
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Worried that you're not up to speed on your estimated tax payment obligations as a sole proprietor? Here's a guide to getting the information you need.
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Filed In: Taxes and Finance
Worried that you're not up to speed on your estimated tax payment obligations as a sole proprietor? Here's a guide to getting the information you need.
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The number one question we tax strategists always get asked is "What's the best entity structure for my business?" The answer is: It depends.
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Many small businesses operating in the United States are sole proprietorships because establishing one is relatively easy. Here's an overview of what that entails.
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Nellie Akalp
Now that we’ve reached the mid-way point of 2011, it’s the perfect time to review your company's financial and tax situation.
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These are the defining characteristics of a business structured as a sole proprietorship.
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Depending on your situation, you can elect to structure your company in several different ways, including as a corporation, partnership, or limited liability company (LLC).
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Keith Girard
Trying to frame the Bush Tax Cut debate as a small business issue does a disservice to small business owners who need tax policies that really help them.
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Nellie Akalp
Each business entity has its own tax consequences, so you want to choose the structure that best meets your financial and business needs. In this post Nellie Akalp, CEO and co-founder of CorpNet.com,...
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Manny Davis
Work with a tax professional to ensure that IRS requirements and regulations are met.
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Sylvia Dion
On Monday, September 27, 2010, President Obama signed into law H.R. 5297, the Small Business Jobs and Credit Act of 2010. The Act includes several significant tax provisions which aim to encouragement investment,...
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Sylvia Dion
On Monday, September 27, 2010, President Obama signed into law H.R. 5297, the Small Business Jobs and Credit Act of 2010. In addition to creating the Small Business Lending Fund Program to direct...
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Marco Carbajo
Discover the risks associated with operating as a sole proprietorship and why you should consider incorporating your business.
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Marco Carbajo
Learn what questions you should ask and which structures you should avoid.
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Manny Davis
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The question is whether the Bush tax cuts, if left in tact on the upper income tax brackets, would provide more economic benefit in terms of jobs and investment versus the role increased...
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Sam Thacker
When it comes to complex structures, most bankers get a little nervous.
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