This month, we feature articles discussing the importance for corporations to keep a record of all of their meetings and decision making processes, more on paid sick leave, and reasons why an S Corp should keep meeting minutes even if they’re not required by law to do so.
Fun fact The first book on double-entry accounting was written in 1494 by Italian mathematician and Franciscan friar Luca Bartolomeo de Pacioli. Although double-entry bookkeeping had been around for centuries, Pacioli’s 27-page treatise on the subject has earned him the title “The Father of Modern Accounting.
“I love getting my paycheck late every week,” said no one ever. No matter who you talk to, getting paid on time is a big a deal, as is getting paid the right amount. The problem is that the payroll “specialist” at your small business is likely wearing more hats than he or she has… Read more about Here's What You Should Expect from Payroll Companies
Tom is thinking of starting a small business because he wants to be his own boss and take time off when he sees fit. Working in the same industry for 15 years, he has a pretty good idea of how his business is run, but like anyone else could some small business pointers. Tom believes… Read more about Small Business Pointers for Entrepreneurs
We all know him or her; they inhabit almost every office. There is always the Woman Who Doesn’t Shower or the Guy Who Eats Everything In the Fridge or The Perpetual Burnt Microwave Popcorn Dude. These types of coworkers are either the most entertaining part or the most annoying part of our weekdays. But, have… Read more about Don't be THAT Guy in the Office (a.k.a. The HR Nightmare)