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Internal revenue service irs tax news understanding the tax responsibilities that come with starting a business irs tax tip 2021-134 september 13 2022 small business owners have a variety of tax responsibilities the irs knows that understanding and meeting tax obligations is vital to the success of all businesses especially a new one irs.gov irs.gov has the resources and information to help people through the process of starting a new business here are some tips for new entrepreneurs choose a business structure so obviously when you're a new entrepreneur one of the things is to say well how should i be formatting my business and this is a critical question you want to consider when starting out so the form of business there's a link to form of business determines which income tax return a business taxpayer needs to file the most common business structures are the sole proprietorship partnership corporation s corporation limited liability company so i'll just give a quick kind of recap in on this and obviously you might go to someone else for more information on the business structure but just remember that there's going to be a cost related to a more complex business structure and when you're talking to people who are professional say you go to a lawyer or tax professional that specializes in the creation of say partnerships corporations or limited liability companies they do have an interest it's not to say that their information is is incorrect but just remember that if you're talking to someone that you're going to be paying to possibly create some format of business structure then they have an incentive to say hey i think this is a good business structure whereas if you were to talk to somebody else that you're not planning on paying in order to help you start up a business structure you might be more reliant on their information given that they're not personally invested in the creation of the business structure and maintaining it remember that when you look at more complex business structures there's two things involved one's the setup that's going to be a little bit more costly and two is going to be maintaining it meaning you'll typically need more tax obligations and other types of things that could be involved as well as planning that could be used to maximize your tax benefits in those scenarios so you want to weigh those things out and you'd like to be able to talk to someone who is not in personally invested just pay them you know money for advice not for the service and then decide what you want to do from there okay so we have the sole proprietorship this is the easiest one that we have an unincorporated business owned by an individual there's no distinction between the taxpayer and their business so the sole proprietor is the easiest one because you just basically start your business and in essence from a federal ...


How can I add my business location on instagram"s suggested locations?
Making a custom location on Instagram is actually quite easy and gives you an advantage to other businesses because it allows you to drive traffic via location.First off, Facebook owns Instagram, therefore, any location listed on Facebook also appears on Instagram. So you are going to need to create a business location on Facebook.So let’s dive into how to create a business location on Instagram.Make sure that you have enabled location services through the Facebook App or in your phone settings. If you are using an iPhone, select “Settings” → “Account Settings” → “Location” → “While Using The App”You need to create a Facebook check-in status. You do this by making a status and type the name of what you want your location to be called. For example “Growth Hustlers HQ”. Scroll to the bottom of the options and select “Add Custom Location” then tap on it!Now that you’ve created a custom location you need to describe it. It will ask you to choose which category describes your location, which you will answer “Business”.After choosing a category Facebook will ask you to choose a location. You can either choose “I’m currently here” or you can search for a location that you want to create for your business.Finally, publish your status. Congratulations! You have just created a custom location to be used on Facebook and Instagram.Now you are able to tag your business or a custom location on Instagram.If you have any questions about Social Media Marketing for businesses feel free to check out GrowthHustlers.com where you can find tons of resources about growing your Instagram following.
What form do I need to fill out when I’m a self-employee but the business belongs to my sister and mine (IRS question)?
Thanks Bruce. Edited answer below:Ok. It's time you do some reading…and if your business made decent money, get a tax accountant.Self employed / sole proprietor: 1040Self employed / LLC: must file Corp business filing and issue K1 then 1040Self employed / LLC w S Corp option: (you should have been on your own payroll) must file Corp business filing and issue K1, then 1040Self employed / C Corp: (you should have been on your own payroll) must file Corp business filing and issue 1099 DIV, then 1040.Corporate business filing and tax is due March 15. You can extend the filing, but any tax is due the March 15. If you don't pay on or before March 15, fees and interest are applied.Personal filing and tax is due April 15. You can extend the filing, but any tax is due on April 15. If you don't pay on or before April 15, fees and interest are applied.Same for your sister.Don't forget to file/pay the company's sales and use taxes, if applicable (State).You will also have to do corporate and personal filings with your state.
What forms should I fill out to start a business?
From a legal business entity standpoint, one does not normally have to file any forms with the state the business is located in to be considered a sole proprietor (SP). However, this highly unadvisable since a SP provides no liability protection.The most popular, and most advisable business entities are a Limited Liability Company (LLC) and a Corporation. These entities are state created entities meaning that you must file the necessary paperwork in the state where you will have the business headquarters. The state’s secretary of state’s office will have all the necessary documents, forms, and rules needed to create the entity of your choice. You will also have to pay a filing fee.It is important that you further discuss the issue with experienced counsel as they will be able to help you decide which entity is best for you, and help you with the filing.
What company will replace Tesla in the future?
Depends on what your view of overtake is. Will some present auto giant be selling more EVs than Tesla? Virtually a certainty. The old adage, “1st impressions are lasting” fits Tesla to a tee. Tesla came 1st and fast out of the gate but was,is and will likely remain for some time, a rich man’s car. Almost every car company is better suited and better positioned to produce smaller, cheaper electric cars for average working people. Average people do not need 75 or 80% of the gizmos on Teslas. They need a cheap vehicle that will transport them 5 to 8 hundred miles a month to work and shopping for their necessities. Most people talking about “range” seem to ignor the fact that tens of millions of average people every day pop into the gas bars and grab $10 to $20 of gas because it is all they can afford and they need it to carry them back and forth to work for a week. What the truck stops and travel centres along the Interstates are doing is of little interest to them. And neither is hearing about Teslas• options and supercharger network. A quick view on charging tells me that Teslas• vaunted charging network is a quickly fading “myth”. The line from the old movie “if you build it they will come” was never more true than as it fits charging stations. You can put 10 or 12 charging posts at the end of 10 or 12 existing parking spots at any McDs or coffee shop or any other place that present day cars park. This will be a hell of a lot easier than getting approval for and building gas stations with their disaster in the making underground tanks and pumps. When the public charging posts become (and they will) more numerous than gas pumps, the average people I mentioned above will be popping in to grab a coffee and $5 or $10 of quick charge to last the next 150 miles. Ballyhooing about driving $65,00 and up cars around the country and pulling into “for us only” Tesla chargers is pretty much an ego trip for many Tesla drivers. Will you pull into McDonalds and plug in beside a Tesla with your $20,000 V W or Kia? Sure, but you park beside Audi’s, BMWs and Cadillacs now. The point is, there is really nothing to overtake! As I have said before, when the big auto, big oil and governments decide it is time for us “unwashed masses” to have electric cars as the main form of transport, every other car maker will be “CHARGING” to the trough to grab their share of the riches. Tesla hasn’t yet been able to produce enough of it’s high end cars to make a profit on each one and Elon cannot get his vaunted $30,000 car to market and the inside word is that not many will be made at that price but will run to 45 or 50 grand with options they will force on you. Has Elon done a great job of “forcing” the others to get off their butts and start fighting big oil and corrupt politicians who have been manipulated by them? Oh yes, very definitely but he will not be the Henry Ford that makes a Volkswagen (which as you know literally translates as “ a wagon for the people”). Overtake Tesla? Nothing to overtake! 15 or 20 car manufacturers can build a car and throw in a host of computer controlled gadgets as they already do but how soon will they decide to start building a “wagon for the people”??
What are the good ways to fill out 1120 form if my business is inactive?
While you might not have been “active” throughout the year, by filing a “no activity” return you may be throwing away potential deductions!  Most businesses (even unprofitable ones) will have some form of expenses • think tax prep fees, taxes, filing fees, home office, phone, etc.  Don’t miss out on your chance to preserve these valuable deductions.  You can carry these forward to more profitable years by using the Net Operating Loss Carry-forward rules.  But you must report them to take advantage of this break. If you honestly did not have any expenses or income during the tax year, simply file form 1120 by the due date (no later than 2 and one half months after the close of the business tax year • March 15 for calendar year businesses).  Complete sections A-E on the front page of the return and make sure you sign the bottom • that’s it!
What paperwork do I have to fill out to declare that I own a business?
Normally yes. You need to incorporate the business which creates a legal entity and registers it with the government agency responsible for that sort of thing.You can either hire a lawyer to do it, or go to the appropriate government website and follow the instructions.You will have to perform a name search and have your company name and primary activity approved by this agency  (so you aren't infringing on an existing business name).You will also have to pra document called an article of incorporation, which contains things like your constitution. Look online for examples.You will then fill out a web form with your company details, shareholder information, upload the docs, and pay a fee (a few hundred dollars probably).It's a process for sure, but less of a pain than tax returns.
What are the required forms to fill out when starting a business?
It depends on where you're based: not only do different countries have different paperwork, but so do different states, counties and even cities. There are some places where you can start a new business without filling out any paperwork (although you'll likely have to deal with tax forms and the like after you've been in business for a while.There are some common forms that you should check on whether you need for your area:Business licenseProfessional license • In addition to a license for operating a business, certain professions are licensed.DBA / Doing business as • If you're doing business under a name other than your own, such as a company name, you may need to file a DBA.Incorporation or organizational documents • Depending on how you organize your business, you may need to file paperwork to incorporate.Tax registration • You will usually need to register with your local state if you're collecting sales tax. You will also probably need to complete paperwork to get a taxpayer identification number or an equivalent for your business.Employee forms • If you have employees, there can be quite a bit of paperwork, including their tax paperwork and any appropriate registration.These really are just a starting point. One of the best things you can do is find a local accountant or other professional to advise you on what you need.
How does the IRS determine whether they will audit your business?
Business and personal returns are selected for audit via several methods. These include:Computer scoring: Some returns are selected for computer scoring, during which a computer calculates the potential for change (during/after an audit) or the potential of unreported income. The returns with high scores are then screened by revenue agents and some are selected for audit.Information matching: Some returns are selected because information reported on the return does not match payer reports (W-2, 1099, 1099-K).If a taxpayer or business is suspected of participating in an abusive tax scheme, their return may be selected for audit.Your company's tax return may be selected for audit if something suspicious turns up during an audit of a partner or investor.Your company's tax return may also be selected for audit in relation to local compliance projects/screenings.Returns are also randomly selected for audit. You can read more about this topic on the IRS website: http://www.irs.gov/Businesses/Sm...
What are some ways to start a business?
My advice is to build an awesome team: I wrote a post on my website with some thoughts on what the best team is I thought I would share:The Golden TriangleA Perfect Startup Team: The Golden TriangleHustlerEvery team needs a visionary that is really good at one thing: selling. Whether it’s selling the idea to investors, or pitching your product to customers, the hustler's role is integral to the success of any company. Many people think of this role as someone with an MBA, but nothing could be further from the truth. A hustler should be hungry, curious and willing to do anything and everything to move the business forward. Here are five things the hustler should be focusing on in the very early stages:Customer Development - In the early days the hustler should be talking to customers and prospecting. Your goal should be to talk to at least 10 people everyday when you are doing customer development. Product Management - The hustler’s job is to relay customer needs to the technical team. He/she should be identifying “must have” features and plotting them on a product roadmap.Selling - After you’ve done customer development you should focus on selling your product or if you’re building a consumer app the focus should be on fundraising.Blogging - One of the best ways to drive adoption and build your sales pipeline is to blog about problems in your industry. Mint exemplified this strategy perfectly when founder Aaron Patzer started blogging 6 months in advance of the product’s launch. How Mint Grew to 1.5 Million Users and Sold for $170 Million in Just 2 Years Recruiting - Assuming that your business is growing, the hustler should be focused on recruiting. While this person may not be able to interview for technical skills they can set up interviews and decide whether applicants are a good culture fit during the first call. DesignerA designer in a startup shouldn’t just know what looks good. Designers today have to be technical in front-end development and understand human-centered design approaches. In short, it doesn’t suffice to just use Photoshop when you have an entire product to build!Here are five things the designer should be focused on:Building a Sexy Landing Page - I probably don’t need to tell you that the majority of people discover new products on the internet, but I will anyway. Because of that, it is incredibly important to build a landing page that shows what you’re building. The page should include a product description, beautiful images or screenshots, pricing (if applicable), an about page, a link to your blog and most importantly a place to capture email addresses of interested visitors.Design the Product (duh) - The designer should work with the hustler to design the “must have” features you decide on as a team. Often times this is done using a wireframe tool like Balsamiq, Prototyper by JustInMind or Keynote.Test those designs - Once the designer has built mockups, he/she should put those designs in front of real users or customers. Branding - After deciding on a company name and brainstorming a logo that represents your team and product, the designer should create that logo and all other brand assets. Get Technical - If the designer isn’t already technical (HTML, CSS, Javascript, AJAX, JSON) then get technical! There’s almost nothing more valuable to a company than a designer that can get their hands dirty. HackerLast, but certainly not least is the role some argue is the most important in a startup: the hacker. This is the person that is most technical. The hacker loves to chat about new technology stacks, he/she has been using GitHub since it’s early days and the most visited site on their computer is likely Stack Overflow. This role is especially important in the early days because without a product the hustler can’t sell and without a backend to tie into, the designer’s front-end is useless. Here are five things the hacker should be focused on:ProductProductProductProductProduct
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