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Guide to Understanding Credit Card Processing

Customers want to pay with credit and debit cards. Payment processors facilitate these transactions. Explore what it entails to partner with a merchant services provider.

A Guide to Sales Tax Collection and Payment Requirements

Before you start collecting tax from your customers, you'll have to first register with the government to remit your collections.

Estimated Tax Payments — Explained

Business owners, freelancers, and independent contractors can use estimated quarterly tax payments to stay organized and manage their finances before the April filing deadline.

What Is Tax Form 941, and Who Needs to File It?

File this form quarterly to report federal withholdings from employees and avoid penalties and fees.

Tax Incentives for Minority-Owned Businesses

Minority-owned businesses may be better positioned to take advantage of certain tax breaks and credits.

Tax Credits Small Businesses Don’t Know They Qualify For

Explore these commonly missed tax credits to see if there are opportunities to lower your current tax burden.

Money-Saving Tax Strategies for Small Business

From paying down debt to choosing a retirement plan, there are several decisions small business owners need to make that can have an effect come tax season.

How to File a Research and Development Tax Credit

You may be more eligible than you think to claim expenses against the lucrative R&D tax credit.

How W-2 Employees Are Taxed Differently Than 1099 Contractors

Misclassifying W-2 employees as 1099 contractors has severe penalties that can ruin an otherwise successful business. Learn the difference here.

How to Report Cryptocurrency Payments on Your Taxes

The IRS considers cryptocurrencies as property, subject to capital gains tax. Learn how to file a return reporting virtual currency in this complete guide.