Employees VS Independent Contractors

Perhaps you have not thought about the differences between an independent contractor and an employee. Oftentimes, independent contractors and employees work in tandem with each other at the same company, doing alike tasks. The similarities stop there due to the very important legal gu

New Lessee Accounting Requirements

Does your company currently operate as a lessee under one or more leases? If so, your company’s financial statements may be affected by the impending changes made official by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) this past February. Prior to implementation of the new s

3 Ways You’re Giving the IRS Money When You Shouldn’t Be

Are you giving the IRS too much money?  While you can’t legally avoid paying taxes, you can avoid these common mistakes and keep more money in your pocket instead of Uncle Sam’s. 1. Not Having Enough Taxes Withheld Even though tax returns are due on April 15th, you’r

HR Help: Tattooed Job Candidates

Owning a company isn’t easy.  You know that.  Effective human resource management, especially in this day and age, is increasingly more difficult.  Do you have job candidates showing up for interviews with tattoos?  Tattoos were once a sign of rebellion, but in recent decades th

Helpful advice for your business and personal life…

You may try to keep your personal life and your business life separate, but they’re bound to overlap, sometimes in surprising ways. Case in point: Two basic principles for managing your personal finances also apply to managing your business. Pay Yourself First Before you start d