Posts from October, 2014

  • Should you file estimated quarterly taxes? If you’ve always been an employee and are just starting out on your own, you’ve probably started to hear more about this “quarterly taxes” thing. And with good reason and it’s something you need to take seriously for sure. Here are a few reasons why you may need to make ... Continue Reading
  • Is an LLC right for your Business? A Limited Liability Corporation (LLC) is a hybrid between a sole proprietorship and a corporation. So, as the owner or partner in an LLC, you are considered self-employed as you would be as a sole proprietor. In an LLC, the business itself is not taxed but its owners are. ... Continue Reading
  • Understanding Annuities An annuity can seem like it’s some word thrown around with retirement and savings on financial ads during football season. Here’s a little help to understand annuities. Annuities are essentially a savings account that you get from an insurance company. They are set up to ... Continue Reading
  • Tax Guide for Sole Proprietor Service Providers with Big Ticket Equipment It’s important to know what your tax obligations are when starting out as well as how you can keep as much of your hard-earned money as you can. If you’re already, or becoming, an independent professional with high overhead expenses but without a storefront per se, such as a ... Continue Reading