Think You Can Skimp on Your Sales Taxes? Think Again.

Think You Can Skimp on Your Sales Taxes? Think Again.

Ever since Wayfair v. South Dakota, both states and businesses across the nation have been scrambling to keep up with the ever-changing sales tax laws. It’s high pressure times, with retailers struggling to adjust to new requirements and states pursuing fresh avenues...
How to Determine Your Business Valuation (Part Two)

How to Determine Your Business Valuation (Part Two)

Earlier, in part one of this blog series, when weighing methods of business valuation, we brought you the six forms of measurement professionals use to determine how much a business is worth. But as some of those factors rely less on a balance sheet’s numbers and more...
U.S. and China Near Deal That Could End Most U.S. Tariffs

U.S. and China Near Deal That Could End Most U.S. Tariffs

The U.S. and China are close to a trade deal according to a recent Bloomberg article. Here is what the author had to say on this very important topic: The pending deal that could lift most or all U.S. tariffs as long as Beijing follows through on pledges ranging from...
Preparing for a Workplace Poster Audit

Preparing for a Workplace Poster Audit

For some business owners, pinning up a workplace poster may seem like a simple, one-and-done principle – all bases covered so long as the required state and federal posters are visible within the business. As it turns out, however, there’s so much more required out of...
New 1040 Form and Schedules Are Released

New 1040 Form and Schedules Are Released

After much talk and a few revisions, the IRS has at last released their final, shorter version of next year’s Form 1040, and while it’s not quite as small as the boasted “postcard size”, it is a considerable simplification. A step in the right direction for 2019’s tax...
Penalties For Delaying Employment Tax Payments

Penalties For Delaying Employment Tax Payments

Nobody likes paying their taxes – perhaps none less so than employment taxes. Simply put, employment taxes are paid generally with every payroll or monthly (periodically a business may pay quarterly) when an amount is withheld from employee paychecks and sent to the...
The IRS Seeks to Use Social Media for Tax Cases

The IRS Seeks to Use Social Media for Tax Cases

With all the recent hubbub about out-of-state sales tax laws, the new year has been packed with tax developments for online sellers lately, as both employers and the government strive to adapt with the digital age. And now, according to a recent information request to...
New Guidelines for Sexual Harassment Training

New Guidelines for Sexual Harassment Training

California has had a law requiring sexual harassment training for businesses with more than 50 employees, but that was changed effective January 1, 2019 (SB 1343) to be for employers with 5 or more workers. The required training involves 1 hour to non-managerial and 2...
How to Determine Your Business Valuation (Part One)

How to Determine Your Business Valuation (Part One)

For both CPA’s and business owners alike, understanding a company’s monetary worth is a tricky amount to figure – often coming down to a “best guess”, when there’s more than just a number in the books to consider. Want to know how much your business is worth in it’s...

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