Regulatory changes for small business in 2013

  The calendar won’t be the only thing changing for small businesses this New Year. Small businesses will have to look out for regulatory changes in 2013 that will change the way they operate. These potential regulatory norms would require significant adjustments to the way the businesses operate. Changes in Tax Rates A majority of […]

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Unconventional funding avenues for small business

Acquiring capital is a challenge that virtually every small business faces at some point or another. Financing a startup is not always easy, but, traditionally, entrepreneurs have relied upon small business loans to get their new companies up and running. Today, however, securing such capital is not an easy task. Ask any small business owner how […]

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IRS loses lawsuit challenging authority to regulate tax preparers

Last year, three independent tax preparers, Sabina Loving of Chicago, Illinois, John Gambino of Hoboken, N.J., and Elmer Kilian of Eagle, Wisconsin, took on the IRS, accusing it among other things, of lacking the authority to license tax preparers. The three retained lead attorney Dan Alban of the Institute for Justice, a libertarian public interest law […]

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