Quarterly Tax Due Dates for Startups

Tax deadlines occur year round depending on your business. As we dive into the second half of the year, there are some important tax due dates […]
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R&D Credit Lessens Payroll Tax Liability for Startups

$250,000 of a startup's R&D credit can be applied against its payroll tax liability.
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Easier Ways to Account for Share-Based Payments

ASU 2016-09 Shared Based Payments As part of FASB’s simplification initiative, in 2016 they issued Accounting Standards Update ASU 2016-09. The ASU creates easier ways to […]
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Unlocking Your Software Company’s Full Potential: From Startup to Global Enterprise

Software and technology companies operate in one of the most rapidly evolving industries of all, with seismic shifts in development, infrastructure, customer expectations and business models. […]
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How to Manage your Customers’ Digital Security Requirements

Middle market companies are being asked to complete detailed security and IT infrastructure questionnaires by their biggest and best customers. For many organizations, the requests are becoming much more frequent. The completion of these digital security questionnaires requires time of senior IT and Security resources; time which could be spent much more productively elsewhere.
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Sales & Use Tax on Internet Sales

Yesterday, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to review a decision of the Florida Supreme Court upholding the constitutionality of Florida law providing that florists located in Florida are liable for sales tax on internet sales to retail customers out-of-state.
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Sales Tax – If You Thought You Had Enough Of Its Complexities; It’s Only Getting Worse!

As technology evolves, so should tax policy. More often than not this is not the case. Technology evolves much quickly than tax policy, therefore leaves plenty of room for discrepancies and loop holes in the law. This is mostly true for digital goods and services.
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Regulation and Tax Implications of Crowdfunding

As technology evolves, so should tax policy. More often than not this is not the case. Technology evolves much quickly than tax policy, therefore leaves plenty of room for discrepancies and loop holes in the law. This is mostly true for digital goods and services.
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Year-end Dates That May Affect Your Startup

Here is a list of relevant due dates that startup and emerging growth companies should be aware of. While this is not meant to be a […]
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Time is Running Out – Don’t Miss Out on A Great Tax Benefit!

If you are a company that “innovates” there’s a well-known, but so often under-utilized, tax credit sitting there, waiting for you to claim. The Research & […]
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