Should My Small Business Be a Sole Proprietorship?

About 75% of the businesses in our country are structured as sole proprietorships, unincorporated businesses that consist of one individual owner. This business structure is the simplest and least expensive to form and dissolve; however, it opens the owner to unlimited personal liability and debts of the business are debts of the owner. For more information on sole proprietorships, read this C.P.A. Insight.

Capital Gains

Capital gains can have a serious impact on your tax situation. It is advisable to plan ahead, as present law provides different tax rates for different types of property with rules provided by a complex tax code. For more information on capital gains and their treatment, read this C.P.A. Insight.

Tax Credit for Golf Carts?

When you hire a tax adviser, you are paying for more than the preparation and filing of your returns. A tax adviser’s job is to be creative enough to structure your financial situation to take advantage of as many deductions as possible. For more information on how to work with a tax adviser and what your responsibilities are, read this C.P.A. Insight.