Cynthia Nixon Has a Corporation, and That’s Totally Normal for Professionals Like Her

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo brought up Nixon's corporation as a means of insinuating that she accepts corporate campaign donations.

This is How to Navigate the Dreaded 280e Tax Code

The archaic code bans Schedule 1 companies from deducting business expenses. Here's how to get around it.

5 Things You Absolutely Need to Know About Cannabis Taxes

Managing marijuana taxes is no joke. Here's what you need to do to keep the IRS off your back.

14 Things Everyone With a Side Gig Needs to Know About Taxes

Paying taxes can be tricky. Especially if you're self-employed, or an independent contractor, or working on a side gig. Luckily, we broke it down into 14 helpful tips. Here's what you need to know about handling tax forms, estimating taxes, and navigating tax deductions as a freelancer.

$34 Billion in Goods: Are Your Company’s Products Affected by the New Chinese Tariffs?

Here's what you can do if your company gets hurt by new tariffs.

Thanks to the New Tax Law There’s Never Been a Better Time to Hire Your Kid

But please, don't put your six-year-old behind the wheel of a forklift, OK?

How Amazon and Entrepreneurs Can Pay Zero Federal Income Tax, and Do So Legally

To learn how they, too, can pay no taxes, entrepreneurs should closely review all the things the government wants them to do.

How to Pay Zero Taxes Legally in Retirement

And when you pay zero taxes, you shouldn't be doing it the way most people do it -- which is by being broke.

Finally, the Feds Are Cutting Startups Some Slack: Why the New Tax Law Is a Game-Changer

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: What's in it for you?

I’m an Accountant Who’s Worked With Casinos—Here’s My Story

When Patty DiFlorio, CPA, started college, she knew she wanted to be in the business world. And, when she really enjoyed her first accounting class, she decided that was the career she’d pursue. Here's her story, including her work with the Casino Control Commission.