As the New Year is here, here is the time to review your finances and be financially ready for what’s ahead. Learn about a few tasks you can get started on right away.
The Internal Revenue Service has lately introduced the inflation-adjusted 2022 elective standard mileage rates used for the calculation of deductible costs of running a vehicle for business, charitable, medical, or moving purposes.
If you’ve got recently a business started – or are contemplating to start a business – there are a few things you should know as a new business owner. You could be eligible to deduct your business costs incurred before the business started operating. Read our article to learn more.
According to the survey conducted by the job site Indeed, COVID-19 has taken a toll on workers even more in 2021, compared to 2020. It has found that 52 percent of those surveyed felt “burned out” in 2021. Sixty-seven percent of those asked said that feeling burned out has become more pronounced as COVID-19 has progressed. It’s more noticeable among remote workers (38 percent), compared to 28 percent of employees working in person. Read our article to learn more.
If you’re like most owners of growing firms, you might wonder about the best way to protect your personal assets and conduct your daily activities. For some businesses, forming a corporation is the best solutions. Others benefit most from the creation of a Limited Liability Partnership.
Based upon a recent McKinsey Global Survey, nearly 9 in 10 (87 percent) of management and above level respondents affirmed they are currently, or within the upcoming five years, dealing with the skill gap among their employees. With the vast majority of businesses experiencing or forecasting a skills-gap, how can they close or reduce this challenge? Read our article here to learn more.
An accountant is responsible for more than crunching numbers. With the right accounting guidance and assistance, your small business can slide its way forward and grow more rapidly than it would’ve otherwise.
Due the COVID-19 outbreak and all of the government’s efforts to curtail its spread and to prop up the economy, we have been in information overload for just about a month now. One of the government’s efforts was to pass the Families First Coronavirus Response Act which, at the government’s expense, requires employers…
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, signed into law on March 27th by President Trump, includes an unemployment assistance program for individuals who under normal circumstances would not qualify for unemployment benefits, which traditionally have only applied to employees.
On March 12th, the U.S. Department of Labor released updated eligibility criteria for unemployment insurance (UI) programs to include people that have become unemployed as a direct result of the Coronavirus outbreak.
If you’re a small business owner suffering financially due to the COVID-19 outbreak, you may qualify for new small business disaster loans….
We know December is a busy month. However, take some time now to make sure QuickBooks is ready for 2020.