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Business Law

Company Formation Your Option

18th October 2011
If you intend to trade as a UK business then you need to first deal with company formation. Initially this means deciding on the type of business entity you wish to regsiter before settling on a name and then applying for the registration. Alternatively, ...
Author: Henry James
Taxes

Payroll Software Aids Claiming Hire Act Exemption on 2010 Form 941

21st July 2010
On March 18, 2010 the federal government passed a new law the HIRE Act (Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment). The enactment of the HIRE Act allows employers to claim two tax benefits. The tax benefits apply to workers hired after Feb. 3, 2010 but befo...
Author: Lisa Heather
Taxes

2010 Payroll Software- How Do Employers Qualify for a Tax Exemption

02nd June 2010
Washington has recently enacted the HIRE Act (Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment). This new law includes two tax incentives for employers to hire workers who were previously unemployed or only working part time. The tax benefits apply to workers hire...
Author: Lisa Heather
Taxes

Claiming a tax rebate as a working student

19th April 2010
If you are a student who works you could be entitled to a tax rebate as your employer may not have taken into account the fact that you earn less than the current tax free allowance. Anyone who earns over the tax free allowance - £6,475 for 2010/2011...
Author: Ben Greenwood
Taxes

Lowering the Impact of the Alternative Minimum Tax

23rd November 2009
Two things strongly factor into the formula for the Alternative Minimum Tax. One is the type of investments you have. Some investments figure more consequentially in the Alternative Minimum Tax. Therefore, the structure of your portfolio is very import...
Author: Chintamani
Taxes

Disabled Veteran Tax Exemptions in Texas

20th August 2009
In Texas a disabled veteran's tax exemption is not the same as a disabled person's tax exemption. To receive a disabled veteran tax exemption, you must be either a veteran who was disabled while serving with the U.S. armed forces or the surviving spou...
Author: Patrick OConnor
Taxes

Tax Benefits of Business Ownership

08th April 2009
It doesn't matter how you do your taxes: with pencil and paper the old-fashioned way; with a high tech computer program to perform the calculations easily; or having an accountant or other tax professional fill in the blanks. Method isn't important, but k...
Author: Ron Finkelstein