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One of the most common business entity types that is formed today is the limited liability company (LLC). I have many clients that are unsure as to why to form this type of entity and where. Compared to a corporation or sole proprietorship, and LLC...

The one participant 401(k) plan is not a new type of 401(k). It's a traditional plan covering a business owner with no employees, ot that person and his or her spouse. These plans have the same rules and requirements as any other 401(k) plan.Contribution Limits...

Do you use a business  credit or debit card for some corporate expenses? Most of my clients do for travel entertainment, vehicle expenses, etc.Regardless of how you operate as a sole proprietor or corporation for tax purposes, you need to properly document each and every...

Working long hours can be a morale buster for your employees. The tax law provides a benefit that can be a perfect solution for this problem; give them some tax-free cash!This strategy creates value for you and your employees.The best news of all, is that...