Posts Tagged ‘taxes’

6 Ways to Make Tax Season Easier

6 Ways to Make Tax Season Easier
Derrick Bailey As tax season quickly approaches, you may be dreading the time and effort it takes to file for your small business. But by taking the time to prepare, you can tackle your taxes painlessly this season and next! Below are three ways to get ready for the upcoming tax season, and three things...
January 2nd, 2015 | $traight Talk | Read More

Short North CPA Educating Entrepreneurs About Taxes

Short North CPA Educating Entrepreneurs About Taxes
“Tax” is dreaded and unwelcome word for most, but not for Doug Smith. The certified public accountant, certified internal auditor and certified fraud examiner is the one-man operation that is the Short North CPA. Smith not only wants to do your taxes, but he’s striving to share his...
December 17th, 2014 | News | Read More

Tips for Setting up a Home Office

Tips for Setting up a Home Office
Working from home comes with many amazing freedoms, no commute…and complicated tax forms. However, understanding what home office expenses can be deducted from your taxes can lead to big benefits. Charitax founder, CPA and former federal auditor, Eric Bisignano, outlines two basic rules to follow...
May 2nd, 2014 | Tips of the Trade | Read More

Tax Tips for the Small Business Owner

Tax Tips for the Small Business Owner
As a small business owner, you may look at the approaching tax season as a headache waiting to happen. However, with a few easy steps, you can tackle your taxes painlessly this season and in the future! Below are three ways to prepare for the upcoming tax season, and three things to do now to make 2014’s...
January 3rd, 2013 | $traight Talk | Read More

Tax assistance, amnesty available for small businesses

Tax assistance, amnesty available for small businesses
The Internal Revenue Service and the Ohio Department of Taxation are looking out for “the little guys.” The IRS is hosting a workshop for existing or prospective small business owners and the self-employed on Dec. 14 at Columbus State Community College’s Center For Workforce Development...
December 5th, 2011 | Governance | Read More

Roundup: The TechLounge Debuts, Ohio’s Tax-Friendly Environment & More

Roundup: The TechLounge Debuts, Ohio’s Tax-Friendly Environment & More
TechColumbus launched The TechLounge, a new forum for members of Central Ohio’s technology, research, and entrepreneurial communities to connect, share best practices, and tout successes. Content contributors can post videos, photos, and press releases directly to The TechLounge. An Entrepreneur.com...
April 30th, 2011 | Weekend News Roundup | Read More

Roundup: Ohio Small Biz Taxes, Startup Funding & More

Roundup: Ohio Small Biz Taxes, Startup Funding & More
Walker Evans, founder of Columbus Underground and The Metropreneur, and other local professionals talk about young entrepreneurs in the capital city. [Watch Here] Ohio ranks among the 10 best states in the nation for its small business tax burden, according to a new report from the Small Business and...
April 23rd, 2011 | Weekend News Roundup | Read More

Weekly News Roundup: Lessner on Countdown, ECDI Legal Tips & More

Weekly News Roundup: Lessner on Countdown, ECDI Legal Tips & More
Economic and Community Development Institute President and General Counsel Steve Fireman has launched a column, titled Legalese,in which he will regularly weigh in on legal matters pertinent to entrepreneurs, give advice, and provide resources. [Read More] Columbus has the 20th-lowest combined county,...
August 26th, 2010 | Weekend News Roundup | Read More