If you’re lucky enough to get a tax refund, it’s a nice infusion of cash. It’s easy to want to spend it on something lavish or fun. But as a small business owner, you can invest your tax refund in your business and have it compound in value. Take a look at these tax refund spending ideas that can help grow your business and your wallet.
Author: Manasa Reddigari
Do you employ an independent contractor and expect to pay him or her $600 or more this year? Don’t forget to fill out IRS Form 1099-MISC. This reports your non-employee compensation to your contractor and the IRS.
Let’s go over the 1099 Misc instructions, as well as why you may need to fill one out.
Thinking of expanding your business with a new hire? Within the first few days of employment, you’ll need to prove that the employee is eligible to work in the U.S. You can verify this through Form I-9. Read on to learn why you need Form I-9 and how to fill out the I-9 form.
Switching from self-employment to traditional employment? Or perhaps you’re a self-employed worker on the market for a new client? Your employer will always review your resume before hiring you but how do you list self-employment on a resume? Follow these tips for self-employment resume help.