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These resources explain basic information about certain tax topics.

Small Business and Self-Employed

Considering opening a new business? Here's a quick reference guide to let you know some the aspects of business and payroll taxes.

Do you office from your home? Learn about Home Office Deduction Rules.

Are you considering selling or trading in a business vehicle? Take a look at the tax differences of a trade-in versus sale.

Need to purchase a business vehicle? Not all business vehicles are treated the same for tax purposes.

Employ a family member and save on taxes.

Follow these guidelines to ensure meals and entertainment are deductible for your business.

Follow these guidelines to ensure that your transportation costs are deductible for self-employed individuals.

Failure to document and maintain corporate records can lead to additional risks for shareholders and owners. The attached Corporate and LLC Minutes Checklist provides items suggested for your annual corporate minutes.

This Business Entity Comparison Chart shows the advantages and disadvantages of the different business entity types.

This document explains in detail the different business entity types for small business owners.

 Real Estate

Want to defer taxes on the sale of a property? Learn more about Section 1031 Exchanges.

Don’t be surprised if your real estate or other losses are limited or suspended by the passive activity loss rules.


Education Tax Savings and Credits

Establish a 529 Education Savings Plan to yield tax benefits, even if your student is currently enrolled in college or technical school.

Audit & Attest

2015 Peer Review Report

Economic Update Breakfast Series

Kathy Deck, Director of the Center for Business and Economic Research (CBER) in the Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas presentation.

Mervin Jebaraj, Interim Director of the Center for Business and Economic Research at the University of Arkansas in Fayettville presentation.  


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