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How Startups Can Ace Year-End Tax Planning

With the end of December rapidly approaching, putting off your year-end tax planning until “later” is a losing game. Startups in particular face unique tax planning challenges. So, where should you start? Getting a handle on these five areas is key to getting through tax season with the least amount of pain....

Why Your Startup Business Structure Is A Loaded Decision

Of all the tasks startup founders have to tackle, choosing a business structure might seem fairly mundane. But not only will your business entity have major implications on your exposure to personal financial risk and legal liability, it will also affect your financing prospects and that other certainty in life, taxes....

Should you incorporate in the US? It depends.

Some steps for startups are straightforward and apply across the board. Then, there’s everything else that falls into the “it depends” category. For international companies and those that aspire to be international, incorporating in the US is one of those “it depends” scenario. Read on for info on why you should consider this step and how to get started....

The Supremes, Wayfair, and Taxes: What Startups Need to Know

On June 21st the Supreme Court ruled that South Dakota can tax out-of-state companies for internet sales made to its residents. The judgment in South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., Overstock.com, and Newegg Inc. is a major change from the state of play for the past two and a half decades...

The Top 7 Ways The New Tax Law Could Affect Your Startup

On December 22, 2017, President Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 into law. Overall, we believe that the changes will benefit new businesses by lowering tax rates, accelerating the depreciation of equipment and eliminating the corporate alternative minimum tax. Here are the top seven ways the new tax law could affect your startup:...

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