Understanding The Employee Retention Credit

Did you know you could get a refund for the Social Security and Medicare taxes you’ve paid on your employees’ wages?
Every decision is a profit decision. So you want to make sure you’ve got all your bases covered when it comes to making business decisions. One of the ways you can make it through these challenging times is by taking advantage of the Employee Retention Credit.

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Employee Handbook:
What is the benefit and do I need one?

Human Resources, Payroll

An employee handbook serves as documentation of your procedures and practices, a key factor in your business’s health. Moreover, it sends a strong message to anyone you hire about your company’s core values.

Creating an employee handbook doesn’t mean setting your business in stone. An employee handbook can change numerous times, as often as your company’s practices and policies do.

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Why S-Corp Owners Need to Take a Salary

Tax benefits aren’t the only advantage to being an S-Corp. Another little-known benefit is that you can set up health insurance under the S-Corp and deduct your insurance premiums as “self-employed health insurance.” Nice, right? But you can only do this if your ”self-employed health insurance” is included in your W2 wages. In other words, it’s important to get a tax professional’s advice in setting it up right.

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How To Know If You Can Afford To Hire Someone

Payroll

Hiring before you’re ready can spell disaster for an eCommerce or Online Business owner. It can drain both your finances and your energy, not to mention wreak havoc on your long-term vision. So, how do you know if you and your business are ready to hire?

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5 Things You Should Know Before Processing Your First Payroll

Payroll
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If you’re going to pay someone for doing some work for you, you’re going to find yourself processing payroll. And like so many aspects of small business, the first time you do it can involve a lot of confusion, uncertainty, and crossing your fingers in hopes that you’ve done it right. To make payroll processing easier (and more secure) the first time around, here are 5 things you should know before you bring on your first employee.

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