The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) website offers several resources to assist new business owners with information needed to understand and meet federal tax obligations. Tutorials are available on-line and are conveniently labeled for easy accessibility anytime.
- Federal Taxes and Your New Business
- Schedule C and Other Small Business Taxes
- Filing and Paying Taxes Electronically
- Business Use of Your Home
- Federal Taxes When Hiring Employees or Independent Contractors
- Managing Payroll to Withhold the Correct Amount of Taxes
- Tax Deposits and Filing a Return to Report Payroll Taxes
- Hiring People Who Live in the United States Who Aren’t Citizens
This is a virtual workshop so you can select the lessons that apply to you and your business. You can also use the navigation buttons on the site to go directly to the information you need, pause lessons, and bookmark lessons so that you may go back and review the information again at another time.
The IRS website for businesses also provides resources for understanding business expenses, business income, taxes and more. It’s easy to use, provides the most current and accurate information, and is updated frequently to help new and small business owners with the information needed to meet federal tax obligations.
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