I am frequently asked the question, "What kind of legal entity should I use for my business?" In this article, we discuss several different options available when opening a business. This decision will have a significant impact on the way you are protected under the law, and the way you are affected by income tax rules and regulations.
Recently, the media website mediaShephard.com asked me to write an article about the frequently asked question, “How much is my business worth?” As a member of the mediaShephard’s Panel of Experts, I offered the following thoughts on how to determine your business' valuation.
We’re now in our second year of the new Medicare surtaxes. If these surtaxes affect you, we will help you develop a tax plan to take them into account and keep them to a minimum.
Summertime is the traditional season for weddings. If you’re planning a wedding this summer, you should take a look at how marriage could affect your tax bill.
Summer is almost here and I have begun thinking about my summer vacation. Should we go to the beach, the mountains or the west coast?
Start-up New York is a program that offers tax-free incentives to start up companies in New York State. Jack Craven has been interviewed on AriseTV's business news show Xchange to discuss this program.
We are pleased to announce the hiring of 3 interns:
Nicole Garlick is a marketing intern.Nicole is a senior majoring in marketing at St. John’s University, Staten Island where she plans to pursue an MBA. Nicole is President of the Student Government at St. John’s where she manages 7 standing committees and 2 ad-hoc committees. She came to St. John’s from Kennewick, Washington where her family resides.
Selling your business can be an emotional and life-changing event. On the “big day” of sale, hopefully, you may realize a once in a lifetime payoff. It could be that you have spent years building the business. Alternatively, your business could be a relatively new growing interactive business that you are cashing out.
Hear those holiday bells? Soon they’ll be ringing in the new year. But before the clock strikes 2013, you have opportunities to reduce your 2012 federal income tax bill.