Your Personal Taxes
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Taxes. The word strikes fear in most small business owners. But as much as you dread filing your taxes, it is a necessity. So let’s walk through some of the potentially confusing things together. In this post, I’ll cover the basics of the top section of Schedule C, which is the tax form that all sole-proprietorships and single-member LLC’s must complete with their tax return.
It’s quite easy to claim a business mileage tax deduction on your small business tax return. Whether you are an Etsy Seller, a blogger, a virtual assistant, or any number of things, most likely you are using your car on occasion for business purposes. That is your signal to calculate your business mileage tax deduction! Let me show you how.
In order to grow as a business owner, you might decide to attend an out of town business conference that’s relevant to your niche. How fun! But those travel expenses can add up quickly. You keep hearing that these travel expenses are tax-deductible, but what exactly does that mean? In this post, I’ll cover the basics of business travel expenses so you can deduct your expenses with confidence.
Are you a blogger or Etsy shop owner working on filing your 2019 tax return and wondering what kind of small business tax deductions apply? In this post, I share the basic information you need to claim a business mileage tax deduction. Don't worry--with my small business tax tips, getting your business mileage tax deduction is easier than you think! #smallbusinessaccounting
If you are a small business owner, you may be able to get a business mileage tax deduction when you file your tax return. In this post, I outline what counts as business miles, the documents you need to have, and the process you need to follow to claim a business mileage tax deduction. Don't worry--it's easier than you think. (This information is educational in nature and doesn't constitute tax advice.) #smallbusinesstax