By now you’ve probably seen an episode or two of Shark Tank. You know, that TV show where entrepreneurs come into a room and try to get funding for their ideas. The outcome of those pitches usually results in capital awarded and equity retained. For example, Mark Cuban may suggest giving an entrepreneur $2.5 million…
This graphic takes a look at startups’ economic impact and the growth rate needed to make it past the infamous 5-year mark.
Before 1913, there were no income taxes. Learn about the history of this often controversial tax.
We take the confusion out of the W2 process with this interactive for Intuit.
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Keys to Small Business Longevity
It was 1983 – a groundbreaking year. Ronald Reagan was president. Sally Ride became the first American woman in space. Compact discs made their debut. More than 125 million viewers watched the last episode of MASH. And a gallon of gas cost $1.24 – about $2.25 in today’s economy. And amidst all these milestones, Scott…
Securing enough capital to start a business or maintain one is often one of the most daunting tasks an entrepreneur has to face. In the graphic below, we break down the National Small Business Association’s survey on who the lenders are and what that access to cash can mean for a small business.
Unclaimed tax refund money piles up every year. Tax law says a taxpayer has three years to file a return and get the associated refund. Since the 2008 tax year returns were due by the April 2009 deadline, that three-year window allows these forms to be filed by the April 2012 filing due date. Check…
The only thing certain in life is death and taxes—especially when it comes to cigarettes. This infographic, made in partnership with TurboTax, takes a look at cigarette consumption and taxation.