How to Avoid Tax Notices

It has been said that “People who complain about taxes can be divided into two classes: men and women” (IRS). The majority of these complaints stem from misunderstanding taxes. Today, businesses have seen an increase in tax notices due to incorrect data reports and tax agency staff changes. It is vital to have the appropriate tax…

3 Common Time and Labor Employee Errors

Consider this: An employee comes into work ten minutes late a few days a week, occasionally exceeds his/her given lunch break, and leaves the office a couple minutes early every other day. Over the course of the year, these additional (unworked) minutes add up to an entire week’s worth of pay. Now, let’s say they get paid…

Beware: Tax Penalties & Fees

Let’s face it, companies can get overwhelmed with the day-to-day business functions and forget to complete tasks such as remitting payment for payroll taxes. These things happen and payments can be made late, but it is important to stay on top of your company’s taxes to ensure larger consequences do not arise. A recent article published…

Prepared for a disaster? Hurricane season is here.

Hurricane season has officially begun. The hazardous weather conditions will remain prevalent until November 30th. According to an interview with Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), “Small businesses that don’t have a plan in place generally don’t survive after a disaster, whether it’s a flood or a tornado. We see that anywhere from 40-60 percent of those…