Archive for January 2018
Hanna is our featured entrepreneur for January. Learn more about his business and how he uses Rocket Lawyer for his legal needs.
Are you self-employed? We are discussing three things to consider when preparing your quarterly taxes this year to make sure that you stay compliant
Sometimes as a business owner, you have so much juggling happening that you don’t realize you may need some financial help. Our partner, Kabbage provides a guide on 5 signs your small business could benefit from extra capital.
As a landlord you’re running a business, have you considered giving some formality to this venture? Take a look at our incorporation for landlords guide and learn how to do it and what benefits this will bring.
Which is better an LLC or S-Corp? This is a common question asked during the incorporation process. Learn about each entity before choosing the right one for your business.
2017 tax reporting deadlines for business owners is fast approaching. Learn more about when W-2’s and 1099’s are due and what happens if you miss the deadline.
The new tax law has become effective as of the new year. Learn what that means for you depending on where you live and what you own.
Tax season is already hard without the thought of getting a penalty. Learn more about the 4 common penalties and how to avoid them.
We had the chance to talk with one of our On Call attorneys for a Q&A session where he was able to answer a few of the most common incorporation questions.
The new tax law brings numerous changes to the special deductions and credits available to homeowners, joint filers, and families. Learn more about what may have the biggest impact on your tax bill.
If you are a small business owner or planning to become one, you likely have seen some mention in the news about the GOP tax law changes for small businesses. […]
California may soon be nicknamed the rebellious state due to its passing of legal recreational marijuana use and defiance to federal immigration efforts. See the progressive and controversial new laws taking effect in 2018.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is on its way to the IRS to start drafting regulations, learn more about what that means for you and your business.