The Payroll Blog
News, tips, and advice for small business owners
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.
Now's the time to look at the past, review the here and now, and make changes to improve your tax situation in the future.
While some companies have a system in place for preventing tax errors, others continue to get mixed up from time to time. Here are five things you don't want to do:
No matter how hard you try, it's possible you could make one or more year-end tax mistakes. As frustrating as this may be, use it as a learning experience so you can avoid the same in the future.