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Do you own a small business and find yourself managing your finances with QuickBooks? Are you feeling overwhelmed, unsure how to utilize the software correctly and efficiently? Don’t worry – you’re not alone! Managing this financial software can be tricky and time consuming.
Keeping track of payroll for your business can be a tricky and tedious task but it is essential for any business with employees or contractors. We will cover the basics of payroll tracking, payroll transferring, and payroll processing so that you better understand the importance of these three facets of payroll management.
Processing payroll can be an intimidating task even for the most experienced accounting managers. We will explore 5 key steps that any payroll manager needs to know to successfully process payroll without making costly mistakes.
When it comes to insurance, your nonprofit might carry too little, the right amount or possibly too much. We look at must-have policies and offer tips for assessing real risks before you buy.
Nonprofits are obligated to track time worked by both hourly and salaried workers. So it’s critical to know what’s required and to implement best practices.
Your nonprofit may do everything by the book and still be selected for an IRS audit. Don’t panic! We explain the typical correspondence audit process and how to get through it.
What if we told you that only four ratios mattered when it came to managing your nonprofit? OK, that would be an exaggeration. But there are four measures that generally matter more than the rest.
An educational assistance program can be a win-win. Employees value the perk and employers can benefit from a more educated, motivated workforce. Here are the basic tax rules.
C corporation owners: To keep your compensation tax deductible, you need to ensure it’s “reasonable.” Otherwise, it could be deemed a dividend. Here are four steps to take.
The federal tax code encourages businesses to invest in historic buildings with a tax credit. Here are the rules.
If you’re a small business owner, you may be reluctant to set up a retirement plan because of the administrative burdens. Here are two options to consider that have far fewer requirements than traditional qualified retirement plans.