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Intimidated by Accounting? Five Simple Steps Are All You Need

Intimidated by Accounting? Five Simple Steps Are All You Need

Accounting tasks can feel both boring and beyond some business owners' capabilities. But, that doesn’t keep attending to them from being very necessary.
You Can Expense Business IT Equipment Purchases

You Can Expense Business IT Equipment Purchases

Businesses can now expense (write off as a deduction) IT equipment. However, it must be purchased and placed in service before the end of the year.
Motivating Employees for Your Organization’s Financial Success

Motivating Employees for Your Organization’s Financial Success

Financial solvency and strength must be a major objective for each employer. And all employees must be dedicated--and motivated--to achieve this success.
Raising Capital for Your Startup? Here’s Your Primer

Raising Capital for Your Startup? Here’s Your Primer

Creating a business requires a good idea, skill, talent, and ambition. Even if you have those elements, you may fall short of raising the capital you need.
Analyzing Overtime Costs: A Strategic Step for HR

Analyzing Overtime Costs: A Strategic Step for HR

Analyzing overtime costs can be important in deciding when to hire new workers. It can also improve efficiency in operations, labor costs, and productivity.
Corporate Business Owners Must Have “Reasonable Compensation”

Corporate Business Owners Must Have “Reasonable Compensation”

Owners of incorporated businesses understand the tax advantage of paying compensation vs dividends. But rules exist for “reasonable compensation.”
Business succession and estate planning: It can be complicated

Business succession and estate planning: It can be complicated

Estate and business succession planning strategies aren’t always compatible, and family members often have conflicting interests. There's a balancing act.
Are You Cheating on Taxes? Here's What Could Happen

Are You Cheating on Taxes? Here's What Could Happen

Cheating on your taxes has unpleasant consequences. These consequences include monetary penalties and the possibility of jail time for blatant cases.
Owe the IRS Money? How Long Is the Statute of Limitations?

Owe the IRS Money? How Long Is the Statute of Limitations?

For most taxpayers, the IRS has three years from the date of filing the returns to examine them. This period is termed the statute of limitations.
The Reverse Mortgage: A Cash Flow Solution for Seniors

The Reverse Mortgage: A Cash Flow Solution for Seniors

Some retirees have a significant amount of debt and inadequate income. One solution for those with equity in their primary home is a reverse mortgage.
Estimated Tax Payments: Everything You Need to Know

Estimated Tax Payments: Everything You Need to Know

Are your withholding and tax credits much less than your projected tax liability? Estimated tax payments can protect you from underpayment penalties.
What Makes a Sustainable Business? Fiducial Has Some Tips

What Makes a Sustainable Business? Fiducial Has Some Tips

A sustainable business is a business built to last. Understanding how to build this can be the difference between success and failure.
Stepped-up Basis: Inheritances Enjoy a Special Tax Benefit

Stepped-up Basis: Inheritances Enjoy a Special Tax Benefit

You may have heard the term “Stepped-Up Basis.” But what does it mean? Fiducial breaks it down in relation to many common inheritance scenarios.
8 Keys to Creating an Effective Employee Handbook

8 Keys to Creating an Effective Employee Handbook

Most companies have policies governing employment practices. However, they sometimes maintain them informally. An employee handbook formalizes those policies.
Thinking about participating in your employer’s 401(k) plan? Here’s how it works

Thinking about participating in your employer’s 401(k) plan? Here’s how it works

If you’re fortunate to have an employer offering a 401(k) plan, you may wonder if you should participate. Here are the basic features of these plans.
Fringe Benefit Implications of Employer-Provided Cell Phones

Fringe Benefit Implications of Employer-Provided Cell Phones

An increase in remote workers has created new issues for employers. Should they provide workers with cell phones or let them use personal phones for work..