As we’ve mentioned in the past, nearly half of state revenue is generated from sales tax sources. As such, state auditors have been cracking down on businesses that do not comply with sales tax regulations. Read More.
Retailers are incorporating technology into more and more of their business processes. Independent of the obvious cost-reduction and efficiency reasons for utilizing technology, their customers require it. As such, retailers need to consider the benefits for utilizing mobile point of sale systems. Learn how your business can benefit from this system. Read More.
We are now one month away from the August 4th IRS deadline given to taxpayers that intentionally hid money at 10 offshore banks that are currently under investigation. Specifically, the agency recently announced changes to its voluntary disclosure program that will provide a hard deadline for certain taxpayers to disclose their foreign bank accounts in order to avoid higher penalties. Read More.
Your business may be on the smaller size, but that doesn’t mean you have any fewer responsibilities than big business owners do. In fact, you probably have more on your plate. Chances are you’re involved in operations, human resources, development, marketing – and, of course, finance. Read More.
It’s refreshing to learn that you have immediately recognized that you are not the right person to lead the company. I admire that as its one of the key qualities of a leader; being able to recognize your weaknesses and address them with those that are more capable and qualified. Read More.
There are a whole host of administrative tasks that you will need to consider as you begin to hire employees. It varies by state, but we’ve provided a list of legal and tax requirements that you should start to think about to ensure compliance at the federal and state levels. Please note that there are payroll and professional employer organizations that can assist with these requirements. Read More.
Many companies need guidance and support from the board of directors in order to survive. It’s up to the management team and specifically the CEO to come up with the best possible combination of directors to become part of the board. Yet, many CEOs, including Steve Jobs, failed to identify the most appropriate board members to govern. Read More.