Make the best use of the time you have available to increase your effectiveness and prevent burnout. There’s only so much of it, so use it wisely.
UPDATES, NEWS, AND WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
IRS has released the 2020 rates and limitations. Let’s review the major ones.
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has a lot of regulations regarding health coverage (2,049 pages worth). Let’s narrow it down to what applies for small business employers and changes for 2020.
If you own a small business, the rules of personal financial planning still apply, but you have a few more of them as well. There are more variables and risk involved than being employed. Learn these tips to help you achieve your personal financial goals.
Being a good delegator is crucial to the growth of your business and you can get better with practice and the right tools.
Business insurance is not that stimulating, but it is necessary. Here’s the low down on your basic business policies.
HubDoc is a tool designed to automatically import financial documents, such as bills and statements, and translate them into data you can automatically sync with your accounting system.
The Balance Sheet is such an important indicator of your business health, but often gets ignored if it’s prepared at all. Learn how to read a Balance Sheet and why you need to have one for your business.
Employee expense reimbursements are one of the areas where rumors prevail and the facts are confusing. So let’s start fresh and review the IRS rules about reimbursing employees. Why? The consequences of doing it wrong could be non-deductibility for your business or taxable income for your employees. And either one stinks.