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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:...

Second Half of the Year Check-In

Now that it is close to the midpoint of 2018, we'd like to direct our Founders and those considering starting their own business on ways to get a head start on maintaining compliance and planning for the remainder of the year....

Filing a Late Tax Return for Your Startup? Read This First

One of the qualities that most describes the mindset of an entrepreneur is a solo focused vision, a desire to see things through directly. While that is a highly necessary aspect that shapes the personality of many a founder it can be a detriment in the critical area of dealing with tax preparation....

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