Understanding 1099 Employment

In the evolving American labor market, 1099 employment has become a significant aspect for many working individuals.

This form of employment represents a category of work that differs from traditional full-time employment.

Understanding 1099 employment is crucial for both workers and employers to understand the responsibilities and expectations of both parties. 

Valuation of a Business

Similar to getting a real estate appraisal or checking the value of your stock, you can determine what your business is worth by having a valuation prepared by an accounting professional. A business valuation is the analytical process of determining the current or projected worth of a company. It can help determine where a company stands in the market.

There are a number of reasons why one would be interested in getting their business valuated…

Foreign Tax Credit

Did you accrue foreign taxes to a country outside of the US but are subject to US tax on the same income? Did you know that you may be able to qualify for either a credit or a deduction on those taxes? If you meet the following, you might qualify for a Foreign Tax Credit.

-The taxes must be imposed on you
-You must have paid or accrued the tax
-The tax must be the legal and actual foreign tax liability
-The tax must be an income tax

The Cans and Cannots of Your CPA

Your CPA is your number one resource for filing your taxes, but there are some things they cannot do (we know, hard to believe!). The IRS protects your privacy and limits what CPAs can do after they’ve filed your taxes.

CPAs are different than accountants. While CPAs are always accountants, it’s not always the other way around. CPAs go through continuing education, are licensed by a governing body, and monitored to ensure they follow all codes of conduct.

Charitable Contribution Deduction – What is It?

The holiday season is fast approaching and many will soon be thinking about charitable contributions. We’re highlighting charitable contribution deductions and what you should know. Read on for important information.

5 Common Small Business Budgeting Errors to Avoid

Running a small business requires business owners to handle many tasks, and often budgeting gets put on the back burner. However, it is one of your most important tasks as a business owner. Unfortunately, many business owners avoid budgeting because they don’t understand it.

Most of this misunderstanding comes down to small business owners’ most common budgeting errors. Here are the top small business budgeting errors you should avoid to make budgeting easier.

I’ve Filed a Tax Extension, Now What?

15 to file your taxes. If October 15 falls on a Holiday or weekend, the deadline will be the next business day. Most taxpayers get the extension granted as long as they file it on time, but what happens afterward is what you must know.

Stimulus Round 2!

What you Need to Know about the Second Round of Economic Impact Payments A new refundable recovery rebate credit for 2020 has been signed into law as part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021. These payments will be paid in advance to individuals by January 15, 2021 and are in addition to the direct […]

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