Keeping up with the complicated tax code can create stumbling blocks for small businesses who spend substantial time and money to prepare accurate returns and avoid audits. Tax compliance can be a surprising cost for business owners, with retail small businesses spending 163 hours and an average of $17,000 per month on sales tax compliance … Continued
Category: Corporate Tax Filing
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