How Payroll Affects Your Business Taxes [Plus Tips to Make Tax Season Easier]

March 2, 2018 Michelle Mire

Did you know that tax season actually starts with payroll year end? There are certain reports and documents, namely W2s that you need to produce and submit before you can move on to general small business taxes. There are also certain payroll costs you can write off as part of your business income taxes. 

See how all the pieces fit together in this guest post for the Fundera Ledger — 3 Small Business Payroll Tips to Make Things Run More Smoothly During Tax Season.

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Michelle Mire

Formerly Wagepoint's Content Manager, Michelle enjoys simplifying complex payroll topics and creating engaging small business and partner content. When not at the keyboard, she enjoys chocolate, running and quality television (not always in that order).

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