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Don't Get Taxed by Your Mistakes: Unravel the Tangle of Tax Law & Triumph!



I have to share a MISTAKE that made early on, I thought I would apply for my LLC Alone. I was proud of myself for navigated all the questions but in the end- there was an ERROR, my application was rejected and it took months longer to get my LLC.


I didn't realize that I had practically free resources for this and I only had to pay the state fee because my team of lawyers had it covered for me


As a business coach, I help entrepreneurs with many aspects of their business, Including helping them navigate the often confusing, intimidating and even SCARY world of tax law.


I am not a lawyer nor am I a CPA (obviously- hence the above story) --one of the things I do is connect you to a team of lawyers. You pay on a low-cost subscription basis (think much less than your electric bill each month) which works great for everyone involved.


Let's pretend for a moment that you are going to go it alone, without any guidance from an attorney or CPA. Here's what you can expect.


First, tax laws-- in your personal life, and business. It’s important to understand these laws and consult with professionals so you can try to avoid audits and hefty fees.


When you start a business, one of the first things you need to do is register your business with the IRS. The IRS tracks businesses through an Employer Identification Number (EIN), so you need to apply for one. You also need an EIN to open a business bank account, apply for business licenses, and register with a payroll service, among other things. You can apply free at IRS site.


Of course, the IRS oversees all of the taxes you’ll encounter, including:


Income tax

All businesses must file an annual income tax return, unless you are a partnership (then you file an informational return). Learn need to learn more about different business structures and how they affect your taxes.


Employment tax

If your business has employees, you must pay all taxes associated with employing them. These taxes include Social Security and Medicare taxes and Federal unemployment (FUTA) tax. Employers are also responsible for withholding federal income tax from their employees’ wages. Other taxes may apply.


Excise tax

Excise tax comes into play when you manufacture or sell specific products, operate certain kinds of businesses (such as businesses with trucks and/or tractors), use various kinds of equipment, facilities, or products, and/or receive payment for certain services. Common U.S. excise taxes include taxes on gasoline and tobacco, but indoor tanning providers are also subject to excise taxes. You'll want to check with a professional to see if your business is subject to any.

Feeling more or less confused now? Either way,

Just put a 5 in the comments. I will send you my 5M system to get set up successfully.


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