Landlords a 1099 applies to you! Do you collect W-9s from contractors? Well did you collect W-9s from those contractors? Did you know that services over $600 threshold require that you do? When you use independent contractors to perform services for your business, for each individual whom you pay $600 or more for the year, the IRS […]
These Tax Prep Tips Helps Everyone get over the Agony of Tax Season It amazes us how tax preparation is one of those things people hold off until the last minute. Why? I can understand if you owe money, but why run the risk of paying a penalty? And, let’s say you overpaid the IRS […]
Everybody wants to save money on taxes legally. To lower the amount you pay in taxes is an especially important goal for small business owners. After all, to avoid paying every penny in taxes is a double victory: you avoid overpaying and add to your bottom line. Here we list seven tips to use to spot […]
Do you know the most common accounting problems killing small business growth today? Are you a small business owner? Do you want your organization to do far more than survive? Do you want your small business to thrive? The most common accounting problems killing small business growth are actually obvious. Unfortunately, many business owners overlook important […]
An Accurate IRS Form W-4 is Imperative Do you wonder, why getting the W-4 right is necessary? At the beginning of every year, employers request employees to complete the IRS Form W-4. Getting the w-4 right is important, but why make such a big deal about it? You are probably thinking, “Can’t you just correct the […]
Tax Reform includes Family and Medical Leave Changes The Paid Family and Medical Leave credit is a brand new non-refundable general business credit. It applies to businesses with 50 employees or more. There are several requirements in this article that will help employers navigate the changes of this employer credit.