As a small business owner, it’s important to know how tax reform could affect you and your employees. While the true impact of the new tax law and legislative updates will not go into effect until 2019, we check in regularly with the IRS and state tax authorities to stay abreast of the latest developments. We have prepared the checklist below to help guide you through this year’s tax season so you can stay focused on what’s really important – running your business.
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