From sales and marketing to answering emails and setting up QuickBooks – it can feel overwhelming.
Your business is unique, so a one-size fits all approach will not provide the best solution to your scenario.
That’s where we come in. With a broad range of technical expertise, industry experience and service offerings, we look for solutions that best meet your company’s needs.
Determining the best organizational structure is important at various business stages, not only when you start-up. The choices can be complicated — and errors can be costly.
Why? Because your entity type affects operating efficiency, transfer-ability, control, the way you report income, the taxes you pay and your personal liability.
Tax planning throughout the year has always been recommended for small businesses. With tax reform it’s now not only wise, it’s critical due to new business deductions, changes to depreciation rules and much more.
Understanding what’s changed may have significant impact on your bottom line.
As 2020 draws to a close, we would like to remind you that this year-end may not be the same as 2019 when it comes to payroll taxes and compensation and benefits matters. This alert highlights various areas of change and what employers should be focusing on.
The forgivable loan program known as the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) was established by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) to provide financial resources to small and mid-size businesses to enable them to maintain payroll and cover certain expenses during the coronavirus pandemic.
Small Business Administration (SBA) announced in an updated FAQ on the program that it will be auditing all Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans of $2 million or more. Borrowers whose loans meet this threshold amount might receive a Loan Necessity Questionnaire from their lender soon after they apply for loan forgiveness.
As businesses continue to assess the myriad implications of the COVID-19 pandemic, one area of focus should be on the impact of legislation, regulations and guidance issued at the state and local levels.
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We help identify what you may need now and what may be coming down the pike.