IRS Virtual Small Business Workshop Tax Series
Hello everyone and welcome to Small Business Taxes: The Virtual Workshop.
We designed this workshop to help you, a new business owner, understand and meet your federal tax obligations. This workshop is constructed so that the first three lessons… What You Need to Know about Federal Taxes and Your New Business, What You Need to Know about Schedule C and Other Small Business Taxes and Tax Forms; And How to File and Pay Your Taxes Electronically are for everyone, no matter what kind of business you have or whether you have employees.
Then, in What You Need to Know When You Run Your Business Out of Your Home and How to Set Up a Retirement Plan for You and Your Employees, we’ll discuss some information that may be relevant to you now– or that may become relevant once your business has become established. The final four lessons… What You Need to Know about Federal Taxes when Hiring Employees or Independent Contractors, How to Manage Payroll so You Withhold the Correct Amount from Employees, How to Make Tax Deposits and File a Return to Report Your Payroll Taxes. And Hiring People Who Live in the U.S. but Who Aren’t U.S. Citizens, ….are for those employers who already have, or who are thinking about hiring, employees. Because this is a virtual workshop, you can choose the lessons that apply to you.
- LESSON 1: What you need to know about federal taxes and your new business
- LESSON 2: What you need to know about Schedule C and other small business taxes and tax forms
- LESSON 3: How to file and pay your taxes electronically
- LESSON 4: What you need to know when you run your business out of your home
- LESSON 5: How to set up a retirement plan for yourself and your employees
- LESSON 6: What you need to know about federal taxes when hiring employees or contractors
- LESSON 7: How to manage payroll so you withhold the correct amount from employees
- LESSON 8: How to make tax deposits and file a return to report your payroll taxes
- LESSON 9: Hiring people who live in the U.S> but who are not U.S. citizens