Wouldn’t it be great if your employees worked as if they owned the company? An employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) could make this a reality.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, students are going back to school this fall, either remotely, in-person or under a hybrid schedule. In any event, parents may be eligible for certain tax breaks to help defray the cost of education.
If you have to track a lot of employee work hours, you might want to use QuickBooks’ Timesheets.
Under current law, 100% bonus depreciation will be phased out in steps for property placed in service in calendar years 2023 through 2027.
Many employers are trying to understand how the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) paid leave mandates for school closures apply to the various teaching options and schedules as schools reopen.
President Trump signed an Executive Order on August 8, 2020, and Treasury issued guidance on August 28, 2020 regarding the deferral of social security tax withheld from the paychecks of employees.
Employees or independent contractors? It’s not only for-profit companies that struggle with the question of how to classify workers for federal tax purposes.
In a world that’s increasingly paperless, you’re likely becoming accustomed to conducting a variety of transactions digitally. But when it comes to your last will and testament, only an original, signed document will do. The original vs. a photocopy
If you’re going through a divorce, you probably feel a little overwhelmed by all the legal and financial items you must attend to before the marriage termination is final. These tasks can be difficult, but revising your estate plan doesn’t have to be.
Many businesses now offer, as part of their health care benefits, various types of accounts that reimburse employees for medical expenses on a tax-advantaged basis.