You check your mail and find a tax letter from the IRS–but you’re not expecting a refund. This letter is most likely either a tax notice or an audit notification. Though these two types of IRS correspondence can often be confused, they each come with different implications and action items. So what is the difference […]

Whether you’re dealing with a start-up or an existing business, the choice of entity type is an important consideration. It determines the liability exposure of the company’s owners and the taxability of the company under federal and state laws, as well as the ability to raise funds and the continuity of the business. Deciding on […]