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Reel in Job Candidates with a Relocation Package

Reel in Job Candidates with a Relocation Package

Competition among employers for many types of employees remains fierce. You may have to offer a financial incentive like a relocation package.
Not Required to File a Tax Return? You May Be Missing Out if You Don’t

Not Required to File a Tax Return? You May Be Missing Out if You Don’t

Some people may not file a tax return because they didn't earn enough money to be required to file. However, they may miss out on getting a refund.
Recent National Research Study Indicates Support for Same-Day Pay

Recent National Research Study Indicates Support for Same-Day Pay

"Same-day pay” is becoming a popular payroll benefit offered by employers. Results of a recent study indicate that many employees would enjoy the option.
What Does the Inflation Reduction Act Mean to You?

What Does the Inflation Reduction Act Mean to You?

On August 16, 2022, President Biden signed into law the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022. Fiducial explores how this act will impact individual taxpayers.
What a Recession Means for Your Small Business

What a Recession Means for Your Small Business

You’ve likely heard that we may — or may not — be in the midst of a recession. Small business owners have pressing questions about weathering the storm.
The Ever-Changing Role of Tax and Accounting Professionals

The Ever-Changing Role of Tax and Accounting Professionals

The role of accounting professionals in the context of small business has changed. It's now a role that acts as a sounding board for solid decision-making.
Having a Low-Income Year? Take Tax Advantage of It

Having a Low-Income Year? Take Tax Advantage of It

2022 not producing a lot of income? Will your income be substantially lower this year? You might be able to take advantage of tax-planning opportunities.
Self-Employed? Build a Nest Egg with a Solo 401(k) Plan

Self-Employed? Build a Nest Egg with a Solo 401(k) Plan

Do you own a successful small business with no employees and want to set up a retirement plan? Fiducial wants you to consider a solo 401(k) plan.
Employers: How “Affordable” Will Your Health Care Coverage Be in 2023?

Employers: How “Affordable” Will Your Health Care Coverage Be in 2023?

The IRS announced an important indexing adjustment related to the ACA. Will health care coverage you offer employees be considered “affordable” next year?
Steps You Can Take to Grow Your Business to the Next Level

Steps You Can Take to Grow Your Business to the Next Level

For small business owners, in particular, growing a business can be something of a challenge. Fiducial has some tips to help your business grow below!
Looking for Ways to Maximize Business Deductions?

Looking for Ways to Maximize Business Deductions?

As a business owner, you should be on the lookout for ways to minimize your taxes. Fiducial offers these tips to help you maximize business deductions.
Online Marketing Can Help Your Business Grow with Minimal Investment

Online Marketing Can Help Your Business Grow with Minimal Investment

Most small businesses are looking for avenues to cut costs. But that doesn't mean that your business can't grow. It’s time to learn about online marketing!
Is Your Business Required to Report Employee Health Coverage?

Is Your Business Required to Report Employee Health Coverage?

Certain employers are required to report information related to their employees’ health coverage. Does your business have to comply? Ask Fiducial!
The Opposite Approach: Accelerate Taxable Income and Defer Deductions

The Opposite Approach: Accelerate Taxable Income and Defer Deductions

Typically, businesses want to delay recognition of taxable income. They also want to accelerate deductions. But when is it prudent to do the opposite?
EINs: Change Contact and Responsible Party Information within 60 Days

EINs: Change Contact and Responsible Party Information within 60 Days

The IRS is reminding entities with EINs to update information. IRS regulations require EIN holders to update responsible party information within 60 days.
Is Your Will or Trust Up to Date? Estate Planning Is an Ongoing Process

Is Your Will or Trust Up to Date? Estate Planning Is an Ongoing Process

Did you do your estate planning some time ago before the passage of substantial tax law changes? Then your documents may be out of date.