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Category Archives: taxes
Selling a business set up as a C corporation can have some very painful tax consequences. The following is not legal or tax advice. Consult with your CPA and/or attorney before taking any action Is your business a C Corporation? If yes, PLEASE READ THIS! Do you want to pay 50% or more in taxes […]
Those of us who work regularly in and around the oil & gas energy industry recognize the difficulties presented by the current depressed energy prices and it’s effect on energy services, production and exploration companies. We view the world through the process of Mergers & Acquisitions as we work with business owners to sell their […]
What you don’t know can hurt you! What small business owners need to know about the 2013 Tax Law changes
Listening to a financial radio station today I heard something that caused me to say…”what?” Here’s the outline: First the Cash Source:China has gobs of U.S. dollars that they get from selling us incredible amounts of stuff.China is catching heat for owning so much U.S. Treasury debt, so they want to use the US Dollars […]
In the real world of business management ownership you can only create income in 2 basic ways. These two income methods are taxed differently by good ‘ol Uncle Sam. The first method income is “earned” income. Let’s say I’m a graphic artist and you hire me to create a logo. I design the logo and […]
At least someone in government thinks having government employees running gas stations and C-Stores is a good idea….. I have my doubts.. Here’s a story on a politician trying to reverse a 50 year old law that prohibits the government from setting up retail businesses on the interstate highway system. Read Here..
Here’s an article about confusion and mis-calculation for another overly complicated Federal Tax process of the governments re-distribution of income. Might want to keep this article to show to your employees when they blame you, the employer, for the problem! CLICK HERE
Time to start [preparing for 2010 and 2011 tax issues…the IRS never sleeps! Here are a few small business tax items that may apply to you. Talk to your CPA about them. Deduction for Start up Expenses Increased. For 2010 only, the amount of start-up expenditures deductible in the current year increased to $10,000. Any […]