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3 Criteria for Classifying Workers Correctly (and Avoiding an Audit)

By | March 16th, 2017|Categories: Taxes|

As you grow your small business, you will need to bring on new hands to help you handle your increased work orders and other tasks. Unfortunately, it’s not as easy as just pulling someone in off the street or picking a name from a pile of applications. You must also decide whether you want to work [...]

What to do if you won’t be able to file your taxes on time.

By | September 15th, 2016|Categories: Taxes|

With Diane Kennedy, CPA, Author of Smart Business, Stupid Business Raise your hand if you've filed your taxes. Anyone who raised their hand, you get a gold star, two if you estimated and paid throughout the year. Everyone else, read on. At this point, you're probably tempted to load those receipts and log books into a wheel-barrow and [...]

Why would my company need a tax credit services provider?

By | February 23rd, 2016|Categories: Taxes|

Large companies, with teams of accountants and tax lawyers, probably have enough skill in their finance and human resources departments that outsourcing offers little benefit to them. But for small-to-medium sized companies there may be an advantage in bringing in expert help to make sure that any tax entitlements are claimed. In some special employment zones, [...]