Archive: November, 2013

5 Hiring Practices to Keep You Out of Hot Water With The IRS

Posted on 11/18/13 by Eloy No Comments

5  Hiring Practices to Keep You Out of Hot Water With the IRS BY Barbara Weltman | November 13, 2013|             Image credit: John R. Coughlin/CNN Money If you need more help for your business, should you hire new employees or engage independent contractors? The decision will be based on […]

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How to Get Organized for Filing 1099s

Posted on 11/14/13 by Charlene

How to Get Organized for Filing 1099s by Eva Nazarewicz on November 13, 2013   The 2014 tax season is fast approaching, which means small-business owners who pay independent contractors must prepare to file 1099-MISCs. Like W-2s for full-time employees, 1099s for freelancers must be filed to the IRS — and mailed to the taxpayers […]

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Take These Basic Steps Against Fraud

Posted on 11/14/13 by Eloy

Take These Basic Steps Against Fraud by Robert Moskowitz on November 12, 2013   Your business may be small, but fraud perpetrated on small businesses isn’t cheap. According to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, the median loss due to fraud in 2011 was $140,000, with 20 percent of frauds getting away with more than […]

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IRS to Take a Closer Look at Small Business Filings

Posted on 11/14/13 by Charlene

IRS to Take a Closer Look at Small Business Filings By Gabrielle Karol Published November 12, 2013 FOXBusiness REUTERS Small business partnerships may want to spend extra time dotting I’s and crossing T’s this year when filing taxes. Speaking at the American Institute of CPAs last week, IRS Small Business/Self-Employed division head Faris Fink said […]

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