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Final deadline for Property Tax Adjustment and Renter Rebate claims Oct 16

Oct 03, 2017
Vermont Business Magazine - The Vermont Department of Taxes would like to remind Vermonters that the last date to file a Property Tax Adjustment or Renter Rebate Claim is October 16, 2017. The Vermont…
Here's what the Senate's tax bill means for your wallet

Here's what the Senate's tax bill means for your wallet

Dec 13, 2017
CNBC article sums up the GOP tax bill and what it means for Americans

When You Know It's Time to Consider Outsourcing Your Bookkeeping

Feb 13, 2018
Tax season has arrived and many small business owners have begun organizing their tax documentation including bookkeeping records only to discover that there is still a lot of work to do and errors to…

Vermont Department of Taxes Publishes New Tax Guide for Military

Mar 01, 2018
Are you serving in the military or national service? Check out the new guide "Vermont Tax Guide for Military and National Services" to see what taxes--- and exemptions-- apply to you.

Report Business Credit Card Payments Using FEIN

Mar 26, 2018
Notice from the Vermont Department of Taxes: If you are a business that takes credit card payments from customers, make sure the payments issued by the bank go to your business Federal Employer Identification…
What Can Business Owners Learn from Football?

What Can Business Owners Learn from Football?

Sep 14, 2017
Football season is upon us and there are some strategic take-aways that business owners can use while preparing their books at year-end.
Tax Strategizing for your 2017 Returns: Year-End Planning is a Must

Tax Strategizing for your 2017 Returns: Year-End Planning is a Must

Sep 26, 2017
As year-end approaches it is critical to begin considering your 2016 tax returns and determine a strategy including possible action items for keeping more of what you earn this year!

The #1 Reason Your Small Business Needs to Look Closely at the Research & Development Tax Credit

Oct 05, 2017
Many small businesses have celebrated the permanent extension of the research and development (R&D) tax credit by Congress, retroactive as of 1/1/15. As part of the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act of 2015, there are many important enhancements to expand how R&D credit benefits can be used by certain small businesses.

Tax Tips for Deduction of Charitable Giving

Nov 08, 2017
'Tis the season for giving thanks! The holidays are upon us prompting many to consider charitable giving. Before moving forward review these tax deduction tips from the IRS. If you are going to give you…
Bret Hodgdon Presents Research and Development Tax Credit Workshop

Bret Hodgdon Presents Research and Development Tax Credit Workshop

Nov 16, 2017
The Vermont Technology Alliance presented a Lunch & Learn session on November 16 on how Vermont tech and other businesses and start-ups can qualify for federal R&D tax credits, saving tens of thousands…