Small Business Tax Help From the IRS
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) offers a broad range of resources and programs to assist individuals in learning about and complying with small business tax regulations. Select from the following options to learn about valuable on-line information or local contact information.
Discover the Small Business Self-Employed community website that offers industry and/or profession-specific information to help you work with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Choose specific links relative to your business interest:
Visit the IRS Products Page to purchase helpful tax related information such as a Tax Calendar, instructional DVDs and publications.
Up until now the Electronic Federal Tax Payment System (EFTPS) has been a service that businesses and individuals can use to pay all their federal taxes electronically, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, via the phone or personal computer software. Now taxpayers can pay via the Internet.
The IRS offers an Online Tax Center to provide information, assistance and access to related resources for helping unemployed individuals. This includes topics such as earned income tax credits, tax implications of job loss, tax payment options, entrepreneurial references, and health insurance.
The IRS's Online Classroom is a new agency initiative designed to help you understand and meet your tax obligations, through fun and exciting interactive sessions. Workshops are organized by state and are updated often for your use.
For example, the IRSís Virtual Small Business Tax Workshop is an interactive resource to help small business owners learn about their federal tax rights and responsibilities. This dynamic educational product, available online and on CD, contains nine stand-alone lessons that can be selected and viewed in any sequence.
Research and download IRS forms and publications for the small business owner and the self-employed specific to your community or to all businesses.
Visit State Links to connect to numerous state agencies and services as well as information about Licensing, Labor and Unemployment Insurance, Income Tax, and other state-based guidelines. Whether you are already in business, just starting, or expanding to a new state - there is something there to assist you.
"The IRS offers a One-Stop Resource Center online for small businesses and self-employed professionals. Learn about information for starting, operating or closing a business including operating a business with employees, deductions and credits, recordkeeping, accounting methods and more."