Adjusting Withholding for a Lower Tax Bill

Adjusting Withholding for a Lower Tax Bill

Do you often find yourself owing more than expected on your yearly tax returns? While there’s a multitude of ways you can try to save on your taxes, one way to reduce your yearly tax bill is to adopt a better “pay as you go” method – helping to ease the weight of...
Tax Benefits for Military Personnel

Tax Benefits for Military Personnel

When it comes to our nation’s armed forces, if you or your spouse has served in the military, your sacrifice deserves acknowledgment – one of the ways the IRS says “thank you” being several notable tax breaks for members of the military. Have you served or currently...
10 Elements in Employee Handbooks

10 Elements in Employee Handbooks

When it comes to keeping your employees – both new hires and existing staff – on the same page, nothing is better than an employee handbook. Useful for ensuring everyone is aware of company expectations, rules, guidelines, and procedures, an employee handbook is basic...
New LA Minimum Wage as of July 1, 2019

New LA Minimum Wage as of July 1, 2019

Is your business operating in the city of Los Angeles or unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County?  The minimum wage increased again on July 1, thanks to legislation which took effect on July 1st, 2016. If an employee works at least two hours in Los Angeles county...
13 Tips for Secure Public WiFi (Part Two)

13 Tips for Secure Public WiFi (Part Two)

Welcome to part two of 13 Tips for Staying Secure on Public WiFi! We all use it. We all love it. But gosh darn it, if public networks aren’t incredibly risky for anyone to sneak in and steal your personal information – almost like leaving the house door unlocked while...
13 Tips for Secure Public WiFi (Part One)

13 Tips for Secure Public WiFi (Part One)

Cafes, airports, libraries, the subway… Public WiFi can seem like a saving grace (or just convenient bonus) for anyone with no cellular service, little data available, or simply looking to get some work done on their laptop. But wait… Isn’t public WiFi an extreme...
Reporting Cash Payments to the IRS

Reporting Cash Payments to the IRS

Have you received a large sum of cash this year in a recent business deal? According to Federal Law, all persons who are given over $10,000 cash in one or more related transactions, are required to report the sum to the IRS. Here’s everything you need to know to do...
It’s Time to Update Your Payment Options

It’s Time to Update Your Payment Options

With the rise of millennials and the digital space, it’s no secret that the time’s are changing. From online shopping, to credit cards and “Apple Pay”, there’s a new expectation in the marketplace now for businesses to accept all forms of payment options beyond simply...
5 Ways to Deal with a Late-Paying Client

5 Ways to Deal with a Late-Paying Client

For a small business, nothing is more vital than a reliable cash flow, which is why it’s so frustrating when payment is late after the job is complete. How do you deal with a client who’s invoices are overdue? How do you prevent future late payments from happening?...

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