The Payroll Blog

  • Tax Credits to Pass Along to Your Small Business Clients

    October 30

    Staying current on information regarding business tax credits for your clients can result in deeper relationships as they will see you as their trusted advisor who has their best interests in mind.

  • How Accountants Use Social Media for Business

    October 29

    Many accountants use social media for their business as a way to be present online where like-minds linger.  Social media can start and nurture conversations between you, clients, prospects and other business partners.  It’s free which makes it appealing, and online therefore it’s convenient and accessible. Once you begin using it for business, you will be represented 24/7 in the social media arena.  Social media may not generate a large amount of leads or be a place for you to run advertisements, but think of it like hanging out socially so you are present to engage in discussions that you or others instigate.

  • Reciprocal Agreements and What They Mean for Your Business

    October 28

    Unlike federal withholding, which affects employers on a universal scale, states have their own game plans when it comes to withholding. If you have employees that work and live in different states, they might be subject to reciprocal agreements.

  • Politics and Taxes Frighten Small Business Owners

    October 25

    The presidential election seems to have a lot of people on edge, and small business owners are no exception. 

  • Hillary or Trump: Who is Better for Your Business?

    October 25

    It's a question surely every small business has asked during this long presidential campaign. 

  • The How to Get More Stuff Done Guide

    October 24

    When it comes to productivity, especially in the workplace, you never want to slack off. Instead, you should strive to reach peak performance on a daily basis.

  • Why Baby Boomer Entrepreneurs Are Not Retiring

    October 22

    With a growing number of baby boomers reaching retirement age, it is only natural to believe that an influx of small businesses would be available for sale.

  • Small Business Owners May Face Changes in W-2 Filings

    October 20

    Unfortunately, identify theft is something we've all become very familiar with during the past few years. We have heard countless stories of criminals who steal someone's personal and credit information and ruin their financial lives. More recently, this type of information has been stolen via some of America's most trusted brands as consumers check out in stores across the country.

  • Product Hunt: Disrupting the Tech and Startup Space

    October 20

    Chances are, you’ve heard of Reddit. But the beauty, and flaw, of the massive online community is that it covers a ton of ground. That means each category can get a little lost.

  • Cut Yourself Some Slack: The Fastest Growing Business App of All Time

    October 18

    When it comes to communicating with coworkers, email just doesn’t cut it anymore. That’s where Slack comes in. 

  • 5 Tips for Setting Up a New Company's Payroll

    October 14

    Are you in the process of getting your business up and running? Although you are wearing many hats at this time, it is important to pay the most attention to the details that can “make or break” your company during the startup phase.

  • [Infographic] How Small Businesses Drive the U.S. Economy

    October 13

    While companies like Walmart and Home Depot make headlines as bellwethers of the U.S. economy, small businesses create more than 60 percent of new jobs.

  • How to Run a Successful Restaurant Business

    October 12

    Ready for the unhappy truth about starting and running a successful restaurant business. Sixty percent of new restaurants just aren’t going to make it, according to a CNBC report. 

  • How to Open and Operate a Nail Salon

    October 12

    Did you know that approximately half of all nail techs are 80 – 100 percent booked, according to NailMag.com? It's this type of statistic that gets so many people excited about operating a nail salon.

  • How to Open and Manage a Successful Bakery

    October 12

    Did you know there are more than 630,000 direct jobs in the baking industry, according to the American Bakers Association? If you have the desire to join the industry in the near future, you can do so in a number of ways.

  • [Infographic] A Look into the Venture Capital Industry

    October 7

    Venture Capital is one of those things that’s often discussed, but maybe not completely understood. You’ll often hear about a company being “venture backed” or famous venture capital firms that make hugely profitable investments in things like Facebook.

  • Better Late Than Never: The Success of Older Entrepreneurs

    October 6

    For anyone who thinks startups are just for younger entrepreneurs, they should consider the success of companies like Starbucks, IBM and GEICO. These companies, and many other huge successes, were started by entrepreneurs over 40.

  • The Worst Thing About Owning a Business

    October 5

    Owning a business can have many rewards. They don't, however, always come easy.

  • Top 5 Hidden Costs of Running Your Own Business

    October 4

    As a small business owner you know you have big responsibilities. While serving your customer base is most important, it's essential to keep a solid grasp on your company's financial situation.

  • 5 Common Reasons You Can't Get Anything Done

    October 3

    Time is money, and for this reason you want to stay on schedule day in and day out. If you find yourself wasting time, regardless of the reason, you need to make the necessary changes without delay.