Unclaimed Property Distributions Allowed As Self-Certified Rollovers
The article discusses a recent publication from the IRS in response to multiple requests from stakeholders asking for guidance on self-certifications. Additionally, it outlines what is required within the report as well as the effective dates of this revision. Check out this article for more information! To view this article,
Fighting Financial Fraud
This article discusses how the coronavirus pandemic, and in particular, telecommuting, has raised a new set of problems for managers in terms of company fraud. Working from home has its benefits, but as a company owner or manager, it also has a lot of risks. Tools to fight fraud have
Actually, a Recession is a Great Time to Launch That New Startup
It’s safe to say that there are a lot of people worried about an impending global recession thanks to the economic slowdown that the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has brought with it – and your average entrepreneur and startup founder is chief among them. Obviously, it makes sense to assume that
Still Waiting for the IRS to Cash Your Check?
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the IRS has furloughed many of its employees or had them work from home to mitigate the spread of the virus. Many IRS offices remained shuttered for months, and a backlog of millions of pieces of unopened mail accumulated in trailers set up outside IRS facilities.This
How to File Taxes After Moving to a New State
Moving to a new state can be an awesome new adventure. Whether you are moving for a new job, to be closer to family, to retire, or for some other reason.No matter what takes you to your new residence, you can’t forget about taxes.Here’s what you need to know about
Ready for the 1099-NEC?
The Internal Revenue Service has resurrected a form that has not been used since the early 1980s, Form 1099-NEC (the NEC stands for non-employee compensation). This form will be used to report non-employee compensation in place of the 1099-MISC, which has been used since 1983 to report payments to contract
Small Business Best Practices for the Remainder of 2020
This article discusses some of the best business practices that your business can partake in order to ensure or maintain results during this hard time. From knowing the weaknesses of your products to having a playbook and the right tools, these tips can be very useful as we continue on
Successful Employee Recruitment Strategies
This article is aimed at helping small businesses grow in the right direction through the recruitment process. Some of the best practices outlined in this link are identifying what your vacant jobs entail, advertising, and holding introductory calls. Be sure to check out this link and review all of the
Family Business Trends in a Post-COVID-19 World
This article discusses how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted the national economy, and in particular, family enterprises. However, being educated on emerging trends such as the rise of small cities, an increase in digitalization, and a slowdown in globalization can help your family business get back on the right track.
Opportunity Zone Tax Incentive Benefits
This article discusses a rare opportunity that the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act have produced for investors in the United States. Long story short, this act is incentivizing investors to invest in distress communities in order to receive tax benefits in the hopes of “spur[ing] economic development and job creation”