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What can Construction Companies Write Off?

Construction companies often have to deal with large expenses for materials, tools, the use of...

Understanding how partnerships are taxed

Partnerships are considered pass-through entities by the IRS — they are not separate from their...

What is a General Ledger?

Decades ago, a general ledger was a book that sat on your accountant’s desk. Today, it usually sits...

How to Register a Business in New York State

Is starting a business in New York your American dream? That’s terrific, but get ready to jump...

What tax incentives are available to New York employers?

New York offers millions of dollars in tax incentives for employers. An individual employer might...

Recordkeeping rules for construction companies

When it comes to recordkeeping, construction firms have a lot to deal with: accounting rules, the...

Giving new hires a trial run as independent contractors

Independent Contractors have been a common addition to many organizations for years, but have...

Some insight on home office deductions

First, with very few exceptions, the part of your home you use for your business must exclusively...

Estimating business taxes

When you work for someone else, your employer generally takes out an appropriate amount of taxes...

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