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Small Business

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, more than 99% of businesses in the U.S. have fewer than 500 employees and are considered small businesses.

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Russell Cron
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NewPosted November 29, 2016 · Los Angeles, CA

First, you should know that the so-called Credit Privacy Number (aka Credit Profile number or SCN, Secondary Credit Number) is not what you would thi...

Posted November 11, 2016 · Boston, MA

Others have posted good points, though I would encourage you to consider if it is important for you to be published in your field, or if you are pursu...

Posted November 7, 2016

There is no need to transfer anything with regard to the S Corp since the S Corp. is a federal entity recognized by the state and has its own Federal ...

Posted November 2, 2016

Your thought process is heading in the right direction, but here's what I think makes a bit more sense:

  • An Individual (not a separate company) own...
Posted November 1, 2016

To keep things clean and simple, my suggestion would be to file two separate schedule "C"s on your federal income tax return. One for the time prior ...

Posted October 29, 2016

Hi there, IRS regulations denote that S-corp shareholders who work in the S-corp business are deemed employees and must pay themselves W-2 wages. The...

Posted October 26, 2016

Sell it for a low price.

Posted October 24, 2016 · New York, NY

I doubt very seriously if the US-based bank or lending institution would lend against collateral in India. May I suggest that you try to determine if ...

Posted October 23, 2016

LinkedIn offers a service called ProFinder that might help you locate a tax professional that would be more responsive. On a more local scale, ThumbT...

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