Small business owners have major tax filing deadlines on the horizon, which are March 15 or April 17 for many of them. If everything is going according to plan, they have now figured how to tackle the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. Ideally, they paid the right amounts or perhaps they will even get a refund. Nevertheless, there is always ways to do better, so we now offer some tax tips for small businesses as they go through the second year of the new system.
It is generally recommended to work with a CPA and/or a tax attorney, but these tips are directed to owners and managers out there to help ensure the business is compliant and run with efficiency:
Legal help may be necessary
Those who have a dispute with the IRS over their calculations would be well served by contacting a tax attorney who can work with the IRS help secure a fair and equitable solution.
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