Why Discounting Your Rates is Never a Good Idea

Why Discounting Your Rates is Never a Good Idea

When you began running your business, you likely put a lot of thought and effort into your rates, taking into account your overhead, the time it would take you to complete certain services, marketing costs, outsourcing or paying your team, and many other factors that...
Deferred Payroll Taxes

Deferred Payroll Taxes

https://youtu.be/cPFl1gmctPI Are you an employer that allowed your workers to defer their payroll taxes in 2020 into the year 2021? Or are you an employee whose employer allowed you to defer these amounts and you’re wondering now when those taxes need to be...
New Legislation to Keep an Eye on in 2021

New Legislation to Keep an Eye on in 2021

2020 brought many regulatory changes that affected small and large businesses alike, and the new year promises to be no different. From the ongoing Coronavirus crisis to the change in leadership at the presidential level, 2021 will likely see a slew of policy changes...
How to Create Positive and Productive Routines

How to Create Positive and Productive Routines

Since an estimated 40% of what we do every day is done out of habit, creating routines to enhance our daily lives and work productivity is key. According to Life Savvy, there are a few best practices you can leverage to develop good habits. In today’s article, we will...

Exit Planning

Are you an entrepreneur that will be selling a business or even working into it until the last day you’re on the planet? Have you thought about what you’ll do when the time comes to exit the business?  It’s important to start planning years...
Impacts of the CAA, 2021 on Payroll

Impacts of the CAA, 2021 on Payroll

The Families First Coronavirus Relief Act (FFCRA) and the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act had profound effects on payroll professionals. Now, as companies begin to close out their 2020 fiscal year and structure their finances for 2021, there...

Responsible Party

COVID-19 has had a serious impact on cashflow for many business owners. And they have had to put off paying some operating expenses. However, payroll taxes and sales taxes are considered trust funds and should continue to be paid unless they have the deferral...

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