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Category: Tax accountant Los Angeles

Why Tax Projections are Important for Your Small Business

One of the primary aspects of successful small business management is ensuring your business is using revenue as efficiently and effectively as possible. This involves making sure to plan for tax season through the utilization of tax projections. Tax season can easily sneak up and disrupt your business practices if you are unprepared. Proper tax

3 Reasons to Let Your Accountant Navigate Tax Season

It’s that time of year again, tax season. Small business owners across Los Angeles are frantically updating their QuickBooks – or other bookkeeping software – and wondering what deductions they are eligible to claim this year. It can be a little daunting, but that’s nothing to feel bad about. Tax accounting is a very specialized

Minimum Wage Increases – How to Analyze the Impact on Your Business

Over the course of the next few years, the US is likely to have a huge variation in minimum wage laws. There will be differences by state as they have been for many years. But significantly, there is the real possibility that your city might require much higher or lower minimum wages than the city

How to Write Off Your Holiday Party

No one can object to a holiday party– not even the IRS! As the holidays approach and you begin to plan festivities, keep the tax code in mind. If you play your cards right, the entire event may be deductible:

Confusing Payroll Accounting Issues Can Cause Massive Headaches

Andy works for Jethro and Sons, a marine hardware company in California. He works as a salesman on the floor of their retail shop, and also sometimes on the phone. The company sales people are paid minimum wage against commission. In other words, they first $9 an hour in commissions go against the minimum wage.

Are Your Sales People Independent Contractors or Employees?

It can be tricky to draw the line and know how to pay sales people   Maybe the oldest issue in the now festering issue of who qualifies as contract labor and who qualifies as an employee is the sales force. Dan runs a small manufacturing business and sells his products to hardware stores, locksmiths,

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