This month’s newsletter includes a big surprise by the IRS who has decided to delay revisions to W4 forms until 2020. This means that 2019 will be similar to 2018. Also, we feature an article on profitability from Entrepreneur.com, as well as big updates on accounting, human resources, and our monthly Quickbooks tip.
The nature of running a business is dealing with constant stress coming from all directions. A major source of stress is when you’ve decided to expand your team or fill a vacant position and you have to go out and find someone that is both qualified and a good fit for the company. That alone… Read more about 7 Ways to Reduce Hiring Bias – PayTech August Newsletter
One of the most difficult and important tasks for a small business owner is deciding where to invest back into the company. Should they upgrade technology or equipment, add to the marketing budget, expand, etc? It can be a painstaking process. Many small businesses are finding that investing in people, whether it’s in hiring the… Read more about July Newsletter – More Small Business Owners Turn to Investing in People
Summer is here and that means many of you will be posting photos of your vacations on your various social media accounts, which by the way may or may not be intertwined with your professional lives. Many of us have coworkers or even (gasp) superiors that follow us on our social media. This has lead… Read more about June Newsletter – The Do’s & Don’ts of Social Media in the Workplace
May is here and that means most of you should be done with the craziness that is tax season. Well, not quite. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act brought with us some very important tax reform updates that businesses need to know about. As accounting reporters have dug into the new bill, they are revealing… Read more about May Newsletter – Tax Reform Updates Businesses Need to Know
Now that tax season has come and gone, you may be looking for ways to improve your productivity so that next year, you won’t have to deal with a log jam of tasks as the tax deadline approaches. Included in our newsletter this month are 5 productivity tips to help you become more efficient with… Read more about April Newsletter – 5 Productivity Tips to Help You Get More Done
We hope everyone is enjoying the beautiful Spring weather as we make our way through March. The newsletter this month brings us a market update that will teach you 6 ways to think outside the box to creatively market your small business. Our payroll topic brings you an important update from the IRS. Be sure… Read more about March Newsletter – 6 Ways to Creatively Market Your Small Business
Is it February already? It sure is! (Heck, it’s almost March!) That means it’s time the monthly PayTech Newsletter. This month we have a special accounting report discussing the Impact of the Tax Cut and Jobs Act on Section 1031. Our Human Resource Update highlights docking pay for excempt employees: what’s allowed and not allowed.… Read more about February Newsletter – Impact of the Tax Cut and Jobs Act on Section 1031