Topic: Small Business Jobs Act

Funding a Small Business: 7 Financing Sources to Consider

Bank loans, crowdfunding, venture capital, and more: entrepreneurs looking to start and grow their businesses have multiple options. In the end, however, there are only two kinds of money: debt, which is borrowed, and equity, which is traded for ownership of the company. To help you determine which is right for your company, here’s a… Read more »

8 Small Business Tax Law Changes That Could Help You Save More

The Small Business Jobs Act and the Tax Relief Act (both of 2010) might be more than a year old, but they can still help small business owners save money on their 2011 taxes. For your reference, here are eight changes from those laws that you should consider when preparing and filing your business return:… Read more »

1099 Reporting for Rental Property: What Lawyers Are Saying

Here’s a quick legal reading list to help you make sense of the new 1099 reporting requirements for rental properties. The new rules affect both landlords and tenants, including businesses paying rent for office/work space(s) – be sure you know what’s required of you: – Information Reporting for Rental Property Activities (by Green & Seifter):… Read more »

Small Business Jobs Act: What’s Important to You?

Here’s what JD Supra lawyers and law firms have written to help you make sense of the Small Business Jobs Act of 2010. The commentary and analysis covers new tax breaks for small businesses, changes in Small Business Administration loans, new business credit calculations, rules for employer-provided cell phones, and more: – Congress Enacts 2010… Read more »