April is here, which means longer days, flowers blooming…and tax time right around the corner. We know taxes aren’t most people’s favorite thing to think about, but it always helps to arm yourself with the knowledge to handle them properly. Not only will you save time and stress by filing correctly and staying organized, but you’re also more likely to avoid an unpleasant audit and sleepless nights.
Here’s a roundup of our best resources for business owners and taxes, including some smart ways to use your refund for growth in the months ahead.
April 15 is just one of the important dates to know; marks these on your calendar, stat.
Get organized, create a plan, and know what to do after you file. This guide will help you plan for tax season and for the rest of Q2.
We asked two tax experts to share the most common mistakes they see, so you can avoid them.
Be on the lookout for these sneaky scams, especially in April.
While taxes change from year to year, this advice still applies.
If tax planning has you digging through piles of files, now is a great time to reassess what you need to keep, and what can go.
Getting Tax Help
In a full-blown tax-panic or just want a little professional guidance? Start here.
Tax experts say SMBs underutilize their accounting resources. Here’s how to get the most out of your tax and financial advisors.
If you are an accountant yourself, you may be feeling stressed right about now. Here are a few tips to help you through the busy season.
Your Tax Refund
Hoping for a refund? Make sure you take advantage of every credit and deduction you’re entitled to.
Interested in making a long-term investment in your staff or office? Here are a few ways to do it.
Interested in a few quicker action items to put that refund check to good use? Start here.
Disclaimer: Fundbox and its affiliates do not provide tax, legal or accounting advice. This material has been prepared for informational purposes only, and is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on for, tax, legal or accounting advice. You should consult your own tax, legal and accounting advisors before engaging in any transaction. Please refer to the IRS or consult a tax professional for information about tax laws and how they apply to your business.