Ask The Expert: How to Properly Open and Close Your Tax Accounts

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We would like to take this time to deliver a short PSA about the importance of correct dates when opening or closing a tax account. A significant amount of tax issues reported to us by our clients relate to having an incorrect liability start or ending date for an account. Incorrect opening or closing dates can create quite a mess … Read More

The Cyber Crooks Have a New Favorite Costume: Payroll Companies?

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“You know what’d be a great costume idea? A payroll company!” said no one ever – no one except for today’s phishing criminals that is! That’s right, the cyber crooks have come out with a new plan of attack: dressing up as payroll companies, reminding employees to update their login credentials. The end goal being, of course, to steal these … Read More

Ask the Expert: Tax Concerns Regarding the Government Shutdown

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Hooray, 2019 is here! It’s an exciting time of year, tax-wise, as we anticipate the arrival of W2s and potential tax refunds! This year, however, we are in a unique situation with one of the longest government shutdowns of the past twenty years happening now. Now, how does this affect payroll taxes? With the shutdown, many government agencies, including the IRS, … Read More

How to Increase Diversity in Your Recruiting and Hiring Process

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The recruiting and hiring process is supposed to select the best candidates while deterring unqualified job seekers from applying or advancing. All too often, however, the process creates obstacles or disadvantages for qualified candidates due to their membership in a protected class or minority group. Even a well-meaning process may be discriminatory. Below are some actions you can take to … Read More