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IRS Releases 2019 W4 Form Online, Ready For Download

Following the Treasury Department and the IRS release of the 2019 W4 form it said that the withholding rules  in effect for 2018 will remain in effect for 2019. In September they announced that the 2019 version of the form W-4 (Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate, will be similar to the 2019 version. The initially issued…

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2018 Year End Bookkeeping Tips To Be Ready For 2019

December is a great time to take stock in your bookkeeping in preparation for the upcoming new year. This time of year is super busy with Thanksgiving and Christmas. November and December as short months but that shouldn’t prevent you from being prepared for the new year. Here are some tips to help you streamline…

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How Deal With Year-End Payments With Your Business

When you sit down with your accountant to talk about year-end tax planning, many of you will say, “ I plan to accelerate or do better with deductions for 2019.” You should take caution to understand the IRS rules when it comes to adding deductions to your bottom line for the fiscal year. You may…

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What Qualifies As Business Income?

The AICPA which stands for the America Institute of CPA’s recently made recommendations to the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) about the proposed rules for deductions for qualified business income. This directly affects individuals, partnerships, s-corporations, as well as trust, estates doing domestic business in the United States. Here are the following specific areas which are…

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Starting Up A New Business? Here’s How To Calculate Your Costs

How much money will it take to start your new small business? Calculating the startup costs for your small business can be challenging. These numbers are essential to request funding to attract investors and estimate a return on your investment. Here’s what you need to know.   Figure out your costs before you launch that…

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IRS Scammers Be Gone: What is happening to them now?

Good news, the United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that the “first ever large-scale, multi-jurisdictional prosecution targeting scamming calling centers from India” were charged and plead guilty to fraud and money laundering scheme where they impersonated IRS officials ripping people off. This is great news, not that it will stop the bad practice completely…

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What Not To Do In Time Management For Your Business

One of the most important skills that any entrepreneur can have its time management skills. In small towns, many entrepreneurs tend to have more than one line of business. Some have seasonal businesses, and some have more than one business. When you are in a smaller market, diversity in generating an income makes a lot…

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Three Ways To Stop Employee Time Theft

Time theft isn’t an easy subject to talk about. Most of the time employee strive to do the right thing like, getting to work on time, clocking in and out on time. Time theft is the elephant in the room for many business owners. However unintentional it may be, it is one of the most…

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Ten Ways To Get Your Clients To Remember You

  There are many ways to engage your clients today, social media, sales calls, and network marketing. You should assess each strategy and make sure it works for your business. Here are some ideas to help your customers to remember your business.   1 Provide good value over fast service. Clients that receive a good…

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