Let’s have a heart-to-heart. As a business-owner, when you hire outside companies and contractors to help streamline your business or provide new dimensions to your clients, you don’t really want them to interfere with the heart of the operation. We get it! Outsourcing can be scary! Granted, not in an Exorcist-coming-for-you-at-night scary, but the loss… Read more about Payroll, Accounting and HR in Phoenix AZ
We think one of the most satisfying things in the world is a perfectly balanced balance sheet. (Or are we alone in that…?) Either way, we’re hooked. Here at PayTech our passion is small business. We have helped companies thrive since 1979 (36 years to be exact- you can check our math). Because we are… Read more about Books That Don’t Balance And Other Accounting Horrors
Ever played two truths and a lie? 1. We are QuickBooks experts. Numbers are life. 2. PayTech offers three bundles packages, but you can choose services a la carte too. 3. We have an in-office turtle called Sir Lente. Okay, fine. We are terrible liars (even though a regal turtle would indeed be life-changing). In… Read more about Following the Advice of the Trusted Advisor
In our world of endless apps, finding a stable software with Quickbooks, in all its versions, is as glorious as that first cup of Monday morning coffee. I mean, the purpose of good business finance software is to make your life easier, right? Here at PayTech we love making life easier. Actually, we consider ourselves… Read more about We Love Quickbooks (And So Should You)
The Affordable Care Act has gone into effect for employers with over 100 employees! As 2015 begins, the look-back period starts. The IRS is using this time to determine whether or not an employer is required to provide healthcare coverage for its employees or for employers with 50-100 full-time equivalent employees. The IRS can request… Read more about ACA 2015 Report
A contractor is not required to obtain a 2015 prime contracting TPT license if its business activities are limited to contracts for the maintenance, repair, replacement or alteration of existing property with the owners of real property or the owners of the improvements to real property or agents of the owners.
The New York Federal Reserve Manufacturing Survey and Business Leaders Survey report alarming findings. According to these reports, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) (P.L. 111-148) increased the costs of 35% of manufacturers and 20% of service firms in New York significantly in 2014. Overall, health care costs have increased by 9% to… Read more about The High Cost of PPACA
The myRA retirement savings is a new account to help Americans save for retirement. Some employers will offer it in late 2014. Here are the principal components of the MyRA Retirement Account It is portable for the employee to take from one employer to the next The minimum initial contribution is $25, then at least… Read more about MyRA Retirement Account Proposal