Monthly Archive:: July 2021

Is It Too Soon to Incorporate?

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesMany young and first-time entrepreneurs hear a lot of advice about incorporating or forming an LLC, or limited liability company, as soon as possible. While incorporating does offer many benefits, including limited liability protection, not all bootstrapped businesses need to rush to form a separate legal entity. Before deciding to incorporate or form an

FCC’s Proposed Change Could Raise Phone Taxes

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesFCC’s Proposed Change Could Raise Phone Taxes Americans are speaking out against a proposal by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) that could raise millions of people’s phone bills. The proposal by FCC Chairman Kevin Martin has to do with a tax called the Universal Service Fund (USF). The USF tax was established to help


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Tax revenues in Asia and the Pacific hit by pre-COVID economic slowdown

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) recently published a report on tax revenue statistics in selected Asian and Pacific countries. The report, covering 24 tax jurisdictions, provides tax revenue data from 1990 to 2019 and includes a section on nontax revenue data for selected Asian and Pacific economies. Additionally, a special feature co-authored

Working For Yourself, How It Affects Your Taxes

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesIf you’re one of the many people who work for yourself, whether it be online or off-line you, will want to read this article about how it affects your taxes. Many people, who work from home, work for themselves. People who work alone in their own business are often called sole proprietors, and are


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Lawmakers Still Feuding Over… Lawmaking.

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Darkness before…what?  Bipartisan negotiators had hoped to have an agreement by yesterday on a big infrastructure bill. Instead, public feuding continued over how to fund the measure and how to spend the money. Making matters worse, former president Trump has weighed in, urging Hill Republicans to walk away from talks until 2022. Majority

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