Posted by : Daniel Stoica in (Blog, Business Tax, Business Tips, Federal Income Tax, Federal Taxes, Tax Filing, Tax Forms, Tax Law, Tax Tips) On: January 30th, 2012
Are you a small business owner or are you self-employed? If you are, you probably have questions about taxes for your particular situation. You can check out the IRS’s Small Business and Self-Employed Tax Center on the IRS website.
The IRS’s one-stop shop offers a variety of resources and online tools to help small businesses and self-employed individuals by providing resources such as:
- A-Z Index for Business, a fast way to find information
- Small business forms and publications
- Online applications for an Employer Identification Number
- Employment tax information – federal income tax, Social Security and Medicare taxes, FUTA and self-employment tax
- Tax-related news that could affect your business
- Small business educational events
- IRS videos for small businesses
Did you know that there is also a Tax Calendar for Small Business Taxpayers? The Tax Calendar for Small Businesses and Self-Employed – Publication 1518 – is available online or as a printable PDF file. This 12-month calendar containts information on general business taxes, IRS and Social Security Administration customer assistance, electronic filing and paying options, retirement plans, business publications and forms, and common tax filing dates. Each page highlights different tax issues and tips that may be relevant to small-business owners, with room on each month to add notes, state tax dates or business appointments. You can also download the tax events into your calendar or subscribe to the tax calendar events. The calendar provides the small business owner with a ready resource for meeting their tax obligations.
If you have other questions about your tax obligations, you might want to contact a tax professional.