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Think You May Need a CFO? Consider Hiring a Virtual CFO

Think You May Need a CFO? Consider Hiring a Virtual CFO

Think it’s time to bring on someone with more time and experience? Consider using the virtual CFO services offered by a bookkeeping or accounting firm.
Wondering Which Types of Interest Are Deductible for Taxes?

Wondering Which Types of Interest Are Deductible for Taxes?

A frequent question that arises when borrowing money is whether or not the interest will be tax deductible. Unfortunately, not all interest is deductible.
You and Your Employees Can Save More for Retirement in 2023

You and Your Employees Can Save More for Retirement in 2023

How much can you and your employees contribute to retirement next year? The amounts increased more than they have in recent years due to inflation.
Employers: In 2023, the Social Security Wage Base Is Going Up

Employers: In 2023, the Social Security Wage Base Is Going Up

The Social Security Administration announced an increase in the Social Security wage base. It will increase to $160,200 in 2023 (up from $147,000 for 2022).
Research Credit Potentially Doubled by the Inflation Reduction Act

Research Credit Potentially Doubled by the Inflation Reduction Act

The Inflation Reduction Act could benefit small business startups. They can potentially double the amount of their research and development tax credit.
Are You Missing Out on the Increased Child Tax Credit?

Are You Missing Out on the Increased Child Tax Credit?

Included in ARPA was a one-year enhancement of the child tax credit for 2021 only. The law boosted the credit from $2,000 to $3,000 for children aged 6 -17.
Stay on the Lookout for Presenteeism and Learn How to Avoid It

Stay on the Lookout for Presenteeism and Learn How to Avoid It

Employers should beware of presenteeism. Someone who repeatedly shows up unwell will accomplish less, produce substandard work, and cause other problems.
What Local Transportation Costs Can Your Business Deduct?

What Local Transportation Costs Can Your Business Deduct?

You and your small business are likely to incur a variety of local transportation costs each year. There are various tax implications for these expenses.
Everything You Need to Know About Starting a Business

Everything You Need to Know About Starting a Business

Coming up with an idea for a starting a new business, however, is one thing. Actually becoming a successful business owner is something else entirely.
Best Practices for Avoiding Cash Flow Problems with Your Business

Best Practices for Avoiding Cash Flow Problems with Your Business

What are some of the biggest issues that plague small business owners on a regular basis? Cash flow problems would undoubtedly be right at the top.
Three Tax Breaks Every Small Business Should Know About

Three Tax Breaks Every Small Business Should Know About

Sometimes, bigger isn’t better. Your small- or medium-sized business may be eligible for some tax breaks not available to larger businesses.
Why You May Receive an IRS Form 1099-K This Year

Why You May Receive an IRS Form 1099-K This Year

Effective for 2022 and beyond, Congress reduced the threshold for the Form 1099-K filing requirement. Fiducial explores the ways taxpayers can be affected.
The Inflation Reduction Act Gives the Solar Tax Credit New Life

The Inflation Reduction Act Gives the Solar Tax Credit New Life

The Inflation Reduction Act gives new life to the federal solar tax credit. It also provides guidelines allowing batteries to also qualify for the credit.
The New Home Energy Improvement Credit Is Bigger and Better

The New Home Energy Improvement Credit Is Bigger and Better

A tax credit for making energy-saving improvements to a home isn't new. However, the Inflation Reduction Act enhanced the home energy improvement credit.
Electric Vehicle Credit Undergoes Major Overhaul

Electric Vehicle Credit Undergoes Major Overhaul

Recently, the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 was passed. With it, the electric vehicle credit has undergone some major changes.
IRS News Regarding Employer Reversion and Spinoff/Termination

IRS News Regarding Employer Reversion and Spinoff/Termination

What happens when a qualified retirement plan terminates with surplus funds? Employer reversion. And the IRS has specific rules governing this process.