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Consider these suggestions for helping to make the 2021 tax season smooth sailing this year for your small business: 1. Make your estimated tax payments Tuesday, Jan, 18 is the due date to make your fourth-quarter payment for the 2021 tax year. Now is also the time to create an initial estimate for first-quarter 2022
Handling employment taxes can be complicated, especially when you’re required to file important tax documents throughout the year. Here’s a quick recap of the most vital payroll tax forms and what you can do to make your payroll life easier heading into 2022. Important Payroll Tax Forms Form 941 — Employer’s quarterly federal tax return
Getting a bill for an unexpected expense can put a significant dent in your business’s cash flow. Here are some tips your business can use to deal with a surprise bill. Stick to a reconciliation schedule The best advice is to be prepared for the unexpected. Do this by knowing how much cash you have
As 2021 winds down, here are some ideas to consider in order to help manage your small business and prepare for filing your upcoming tax return. Identify all vendors who require a 1099-MISC and a 1099-NEC. Obtain tax identification numbers (TIN) for each of these vendors. Determine if you qualify for the Paycheck Protection Program