The Employee Retention Credit (ERC) was introduced in 2020 to help businesses that have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Since its release, it has been expanded and modified to help more businesses. Despite all of this, many businesses that are eligible for the credit haven’t filed for it. Did the pandemic impact your business? Don’t assume your business is ineligible. Keep reading to learn more.
Taxes are a constant for any business. They come due every year, whether you have a profitable year or are in times of economic downturn. Planning for your taxes is an important business function, as it allows you to make decisions throughout the year to maximize your tax deductions and save your business on taxes. Businesses often encounter multiple types of taxes throughout the operating year. These include income taxes, employment taxes like FICA and social security taxes, sales taxes, and excise taxes (only for specific industries). In the article below, we’ll discuss simple measures for saving your business and your employees on some of these taxes.
As a business owner, it is important to be able to read and understand the accounting terms found in your financial statements. Once you understand the basics of financial statements, you can interpret what they mean to your organization’s financial health.
Start-ups and small businesses customarily incur expenditures that may qualify for Research & Development (R&D) tax credits, but generally, these businesses don’t have the taxable profit needed to take advantage of the credit. Qualifying small businesses can apply all or a portion of this popular credit against their payroll tax liability, including social security taxes. Below we’ve answered some of the key R&D questions and whether your business is eligible for offsetting payroll tax.
Preparedness takes many forms, from creating a disaster plan, complete with supply kits and evacuation routes, to safeguarding your business with communication templates and IT backup. This article will explore the steps business owners can take both before and after a disaster strikes to protect their company, employees, clients, and the community.
There have been many changes to the business meals and expenses tax rules over the past few years. This article breaks it down to basics for you. Keep reading.