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The “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” at this writing has been approved by both houses of Congress and will be signed by…
You filed your taxes, processed all of your W-2s and 1099-Cs and think your federal reporting is in great shape – until…
Every time we talk with a business about the taxes they owe on their profits, we hear “If my business is profitable…
Baby Boomers are delaying retirement and continuing to stay in the workforce. This trend in postponed retirement can have substantial impact on other generations…
One of the most difficult balances to maintain in any business, but particularly small business, is the constant tug of war that…
Things you should know for your first tax filing. If you started your new business in 2017, then March or April of…
Business owners, especially those born between 1946 and 1966, are at a higher risk of not saving for retirement. In fact, the…
The Labor Department’s federal overtime rule, which would have made overtime pay available to more than 4 million additional U.S. workers, faced…
These dreadful words can mean not just a headache for your business, but thousands or even hundreds of thousands in order to…
We all have our favorite game shows such as Wheel of Fortune, The Price is Right, and Lets Make A Deal and…