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February 21st, 2011 posted by Amanda Han CPA (Taxloopholes.com Tax Strategist)

tax free, frige benefits, personal finance

December 26th, 2017 posted by Dominique Molina (Taxloopholes.com Tax Strategist)

An integral part of your success in a startup business is making sure you’re in a good place from the tax perspective. You need to be able to get through those first couple of years without a heavy tax burden, and reaping the benefits of having a business loss. Once your company is turning a []

December 19th, 2017 posted by Dominique Molina (Taxloopholes.com Tax Strategist)

The most expensive tax mistake is failing to plan. Planning is the key to beating the IRS, legally.I don’t care how good your accountant is with a stack of receipts on April 15. If you didn’t know you could set up a Section 105 plan and write off your kid’s braces as a business expense, []

August 17th, 2017 posted by David Finkel (Taxloopholes.com Advisor)

I was talking with Tony about his benefits consulting company when he shared his biggest struggle. (Disclosure: Tony was a former business coaching client for three years.) “David, how do I get my sales people to spend more time in the field actually selling?” I understood Tony’s frustration. He knew that the success of his []

February 9th, 2017 posted by David Finkel (Taxloopholes.com Advisor)

In most companies, the largest expense is their employee. Now I want to frame this article with a clear understanding that your team is essential and indispensable, and really not an expense. Still, I want to share with you 8 sure-fire suggestions to help you control your staffing costs. Tie compensation to value created, not []

October 31st, 2016 posted by Amanda Han CPA (Taxloopholes.com Tax Strategist)

Some of you may be aware that as a business owner, you can save thousands to tens of thousands of dollars each year in taxes and benefits by hiring independent contractors rather than employees. As an employer, you can avoid the paying, withholding, and filing costs each and every year for your independent contractors that []

October 24th, 2016 posted by Amanda Han CPA (Taxloopholes.com Tax Strategist)

It is scary to think that the average American loses more money to taxes each year than we do on food, clothing, and shelter combined. This year, we have been getting tons of calls from business owners and investors who feel they may have overpaid in taxes. The silver-lining with this is that as a []

October 13th, 2016 posted by David Finkel (Taxloopholes.com Advisor)

In my last article on why you’ve got to make smarter choices that you know will scale, I shared that this week I was going to share my best input of handling the specific challenge of scaling up “expert systems”. Scaling your business requires building it in such a way that your model and systems []

October 16th, 2014 posted by Amanda Han CPA (Taxloopholes.com Tax Strategist)

It is scary to think that the average American loses more money to taxes each year than we do on food, clothing, and shelter combined. This year, we have been getting tons of calls from business owners and investors who feel they may have overpaid in taxes. The silver-lining with this is that as a []

October 9th, 2014 posted by Amanda Han CPA (Taxloopholes.com Tax Strategist)

There has been a lot of buzz in the community about some of the benefits of QRPs. What exactly are QRPs? Do these benefits really exist? Or is it another scam of the month that we should all be weary of as real estate investors? The good news is…QRPs do actually offer a lot of []

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