Business owners need to take money out of their companies to pay their personal expenses and reward themselves for their hard work. Deciding how much … Read more about Business Owner’s Compensation: How Much?
In today’s interconnected world, customer reviews have become fundamental in business evaluation. These are not just opinions or remarks. They are … Read more about The Impact of Customer Reviews on Small Businesses
There are several factors contributing to a changing landscape for retirement plans in 2024. SECURE Act 2.0 made a number of changes effective in … Read more about Key Retirement Plan Changes for 2024
Many small businesses are thriving despite high inflation, labor shortages, and other challenges. Unfortunately, some businesses are struggling. … Read more about Recession-Proof Your Business: What to Know About Taxes if Struggling in 2023
November 11 is Veterans Day (although it’s celebrated on November 10th because the 11th is a Saturday). According to the U.S. Census Bureau, veterans … Read more about Entrepreneurial-Minded Veterans
The Inflation Reduction Act introduced or expanded various tax rules—deductions and credits—related to green energy. Basic write-offs can be … Read more about Prevailing Wage and Apprenticeship Rules that Boost Certain Tax Write-Offs
Daylight Savings Time (DST) ends on November 5, 2023, at 2 a.m. It will begin on March 10, 2024. Many people are affected by these time changes. Johns … Read more about Sleep and the Workplace
The IRS launched a new tool called a Business Tax Account that some business owners can use to give employees in their company access to the business … Read more about What’s an IRS Business Tax Account and Should You Get One?
Plans and strategies are in place to achieve every business goal, from recruitment to increasing customer numbers and bottom line. People often use … Read more about Is There a Difference Between Having a Plan and a Strategy?
SCORE defines a family-owned business as “Is one in which any two or more family members operate the company, and the majority of ownership or control … Read more about Succession Planning for Your Family-Owned Business
The employee retention credit (ERC), a credit created during COVID-19, ended on September 30, 2021 (December 31, 2021, for startups), but it’s still … Read more about Employee Retention Credit Now: Where You Stand and What to Do
The definition of a customer is “one that purchases a commodity or service.” A customer is the party that generates revenue for your business. But in … Read more about 3 Ways Customers Can Be on Your Sales Team
Experts aren’t certain there will be a recession, or whether we’re already in one. But what is certain is the growing number of job layoffs. Forbes … Read more about Recession-Proofing Your Business: Managing Employee Anxiety
The calendar says flu season is just around the corner. The national health emergency from COVID-19 ended on May 11, 2023, but the illness is still … Read more about What Employers Should Know about Covid-19, Flu, and RSV
Increasingly, you’ll hear about big companies using their profits for social good or to help the environment. Time listed the “best corporations” in … Read more about Ending the Confusion About Designations of Do-Good Companies