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Correctly Reporting Independent Contractors to the IRS

Correctly Reporting Independent Contractors to the IRS

Posted by Kevin Smeader on January 10, 2024

It is essential to maintain completed Form W-9s on file for independent contractors. To assist you in obtaining this crucial information from workers and filing it with the IRS, we provide valuable tips.

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Benefit to Nonprofits to Outsource Human Resource Functions

Benefit to Nonprofits to Outsource Human Resource Functions

Posted by Thomas Burns on August 02, 2023

Before deciding to outsource your human resource functions you need to examine the level of services being outsourced, the value, and the cost. It is also important to consider the impact on your workforce, and make sure to involve management and Board of Directors.

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Tax Status of an Employee vs. Independent Contractor

Tax Status of an Employee vs. Independent Contractor

Posted by Kathryn Mellon on May 19, 2023

For IRS purposes, there are definite differences between an employee and an independent contractor; you should understand how they are classified.

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Employee Benefit: Education Assistance Fringe Benefit Programs

Employee Benefit: Education Assistance Fringe Benefit Programs

Posted by Jennifer Maloney on May 09, 2023

Employee fringe benefits are a great way to retain and recruit employees, there are also tax benefits.

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Required Tracking of Employee Time

Required Tracking of Employee Time

Posted by Caitlin Root on April 26, 2023

This article presents a few tips to stay update to date and in compliance with federal and state wage-and-hours laws related to tracking employee hours worked.

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Deduction of Ordinary Advertising and Marketing Expenses

Deduction of Ordinary Advertising and Marketing Expenses

Posted by Kevin Smeader on March 17, 2023

Understanding the definition of “ordinary and necessary” when it comes to deducting advertising and marketing expenses.

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Steps to Take If You Receive an IRS Audit Letter

Steps to Take If You Receive an IRS Audit Letter

Posted by Timothy Bubar on October 03, 2022

Getting contacted by the IRS and told your tax return is being audited may cause business owners to panic. But you’ll fare better if you understand IRS audits.

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Rules for Reporting Employee Health Coverage

Rules for Reporting Employee Health Coverage

Posted by Kathryn Mellon on August 09, 2022

Form 1095-C is filed with the IRS and provided to employees of “applicable large employers” who are full-time employees. Which employers are affected and what must they do?

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4 Tips for Working With A Resource-Constrained Internal Revenue Service

4 Tips for Working With A Resource-Constrained Internal Revenue Service

Posted by Timothy Bubar on June 07, 2022

Federal tax professionals working to resolve issues with the IRS can attest to the multifaceted impacts of the agency’s resource constraints on taxpayer service. The signs are evident, for example, in the long wait times for calls to be answered, tax return processing delays and increased instances of penalties being assessed against compliant taxpayers. Perhaps most frustratingly, IRS examinations that could have been resolved cooperatively with an adequately staffed agency have become unnecessarily prolonged and, in some cases, contentious.

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Five Benefits - Automating the Accounting and Bookkeeping Process

Five Benefits - Automating the Accounting and Bookkeeping Process

Posted by Timothy Bubar on December 23, 2021

If your business hasn’t gone digital yet, it could be missing out on these five key benefits.

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