Do I need to file a tax return for my LLC with no activity?

Sometimes a limited liability company or LLC has a year with no business income or activity. Maybe it’s a newly formed LLC, which hasn’t started doing business yet. Is it an older LLC that hasn’t been formally dissolved? Whatever the … Read More

Navigating sales tax as a business owner

With the freedom of being a small business owner comes the responsibility of navigating sales tax. If you’re confused about sales tax, you’re not alone! Collecting and paying sales tax is one of the more complicated aspects of running a … Read More

Checklist to help you avoid mistakes on your taxes

If you’re like many people, the word taxes gets your belly in knots! Even if you’re good with numbers and stay on top of things, it can be hard to understand all the different aspects to taxes. That’s not even … Read More

6 Things to Know about Taxes and Starting a Business

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Thinking about starting a small business to help you earn income and use your skills? New business owners have tax-related things to do before launching any company. Here are the 6 things to know about taxes and starting a business. … Read More

Employee vs. contractor: What’s the difference?

Employee or contractor? This is a common question among full-time travelers who work on the road. What’s the difference between an employee and contractor and how does it affect your tax obligations? Let’s get to it, so you can more … Read More

Understanding pass-through income

If you own a business, it’s a must to understand the tax side of the business. Maybe you’ve heard of the advantages of registering your business in a no income tax state. In fact, you may have found companies offering … Read More

Full-time RV living: Can I deduct travel expenses on my taxes?

Most of you proudly identify yourself as a full-time RVer or digital nomad because you’re living your dream. You are lucky enough to travel full-time while working remotely from the road. Does this mean you can take all your costs as a travel expense? … Read More

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