Taxes, Fees & Costs

  • Guide to Business Budgeting and Forecasting

    If you’re a small business owner or new to the entrepreneurial world, you will need to learn how to predict sales, cost of sales, expenses and revenues and then compare them to actual. This Bright Hub guide offers all you need!
    By Jean Scheid January 6, 2012 

  • Sales Taxes: Coming Soon to an Internet Vendor Near You

    About half the states have joined a tax consortium in order to assess sales and use taxes on Internet and mail order purchases. Is there any real basis for such a move, or is this just another government boondoggle? Start reading to learn about the...
    By Linda Richter November 8, 2011 

  • A Guide for Running a Small Business in a Down Economy

    How can your business thrive during a recession? Whether you are a seasoned business owner or a budding entrepreneur, there are several things you must do to run your company during these challenging times.
    By Dachell McSween September 28, 2011 

  • Everything You Want to Know About Intellectual Property Rights

    Intellectual property is an important subject for entrepreneurs, whether they are using IP created by someone else or have intellectual property they have created themselves. Bright Hub covers the gamut of IP questions in an easy to understand format...
    By Rebecca Scudder September 20, 2011 

  • Great Ideas for Moms Who Want to Make Money at Home

    Sometimes moms prefer to stay at home with their children but are still interested in earning money to contribute to the household. There are several great business ideas for stay at home moms that require specific skills but are still suitable businesses...
    By Finn Orfano August 21, 2011 

  • Dreaded Tax Audit - Are You Safe?

    IRS Audit - these words are likely to strike fear into the hearts of the strongest people whether they are individual taxpayers or business owners. The question some business owners seek an answer to is does the IRS audit S Corporations? Yes, they...
    By Finn Orfano August 13, 2011 

  • Corporate Taxation Variations

    Those who are starting a business may wonder if the tax savings of an S Corp over a C Corp are more beneficial. In most cases, S Corporations are a more tax-beneficial setup because there is no double taxation. There are exceptions on a state level that...
    By Finn Orfano August 13, 2011 

  • Why Your Company May Need Different Pay Stub Types

    With many people and companies going paperless, it may seem that paper pay stubs are on their way out. But there are a few reasons why your company may need different kinds of pay stubs - both electronic and paper.
    By Shoshana Jackson August 3, 2011 

  • How to Make it in the Gift Basket Business

    Are you creative and enjoy making gift baskets? Here are some keys for starting your own gift basket business.
    By Dachell McSween July 10, 2011 

  • How to Report Patent Income on a Tax Return

    If your business earns patent royalties, it would be essential for you to determine how to report a patent income on a tax return. The article discusses in detail the tax treatment of patent income.
    By Ty Wingfoot July 4, 2011 
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