Several months ago, I posted a blog outlining the new rule from the Corporate Transparency Act of 2021 that became effective on January 1, 2024. It’s … Read more about Beneficial Ownership Information Reporting: An Update
It’s almost impossible these days to see any story in the media that doesn’t mention artificial intelligence—AI—and what it can mean for the future. … Read more about Growing Your Business: 3 Ways AI Can Help
Today, acronyms and abbreviations abound because of email and social media. Many have become so common that we may not know what they derived from; we … Read more about Terminology in the Workplace
Valentine’s Day is a time for romance…and a time to think about company policy on dating. Why? One reason is the prevalence of co-workers dating each … Read more about Policy on Company Dating: What to Do
Politicians routinely claim they support small business, but legislation—or lack thereof—may show otherwise. Recently, the House Small Business … Read more about Pending Federal Legislation Aimed at Small Business
By Barbara Weltman THIS SUPPLEMENT REFLECTS CHANGES THROUGH FEBRUARY 1, 2024. IF CONGRESS ENACTS THE TAXPAYER RELIEF FOR AMERICAN FAMILIES AND … Read more about Supplement to J. K. Lasser’s 1,001 Deductions and Tax Breaks 2024
“Winter is a season of recovery and preparation.” ~ Paul Theroux, author Seasonal depression is real. Harvard Business Review even offers ideas for … Read more about A Mid-Winter Pick-Me-Up for Your Business
By Barbara Weltman THIS SUPPLEMENT REFLECTS CHANGES THROUGH FEBRUARY 1, 2024. IF CONGRESS ENACTS THE TAXPAYER RELIEF FOR AMERICAN FAMILIES AND … Read more about Supplement to J.K. Lasser’s Small Business Taxes 2024
According to a PYMNTS survey last summer, 61% of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck. Experiencing even one financial emergency can throw a … Read more about 6 Ways to Help Employees with Personal Financial Emergencies
That’s the question, and the way in which you arrive at an answer can be very challenging. Much has been made today about the gig economy, with many … Read more about Is a Worker an Employee or an Independent Contractor?
In 1970, Alvin Toffler’s book Future Shock described what he thought would be the post-industrial age and what it would mean. His major themes: the … Read more about Business Trends: Future Shock?
Employee handbooks may seem like something used only by large companies. However, last year Azure found that there’s a strong correlation between … Read more about Creating or Revising Your Employee Handbook
Last year, Fundera reported that 50% of all businesses in the U.S. operate from home, and that 60% of home-based businesses are “nonemployer” … Read more about 5 Tax Traps for Claiming a Home Office Deduction
Many small businesses rely on part-time employees to help them operate efficiently. They don’t require full-time employees, at least not for all … Read more about Employee Benefits for Part-Timers: What You May or Must Offer
If you’re in the market for a plug-in electric vehicle, you’re probably familiar with the benefits and drawbacks of this type of vehicle versus one … Read more about Buying an Electric Vehicle in 2024? What You Need to Know