Bringing a new employee into your company can be a big step. As a small business, each new employee is not only a testament to the success and potential of your business, but a significant investment of time and monetary resources.
As an individual or small business owner, tax season is never fun. From collecting receipts to preparing for the months to come, there is a lot on your plate.
In a perfect world, the tax system would remain the same from year to year. For individuals and small business owners, this would make life much easier. Unfortunately, this isn’t reality.
As you plan for 2017, you don’t want to lose sight of what’s required of you (and your company) to finish up the current year in the appropriate manner.
As an employer or employee in the state of California, it’s important to understand the finer details associated with the applicable paid sick leave laws.
As an employee, there is no tax form more important than your W-4. Also known as an Employee's Withholding Allowance Certificate, this form is one that every employee needs to complete before his or her first day on the job.
Setting up payroll for your company is easier today than ever before. All you have to do is compare providers and make a decision based on your findings. Of course, there are important questions to answer along the way. Here is one that requires your full and undivided attention: how often will you pay employees?
If you want to be a successful business owner, you have to know some things about tax laws to succeed. Even if you hire an accountant, you have to know some things for yourself. Today, I will share some tips about various tax laws which every new small business owner should know about. These insights are derived from my experience working with clients through my own accounting firm.
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