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Checklist: Managing Vacation Requests Post-Lockdown

Checklist: Managing Vacation Requests Post-Lockdown

Encouraging employees to use vacation time has many benefits. Fiducial has a checklist to help you develop a plan for managing vacation requests this year:
Small Businesses: Here's How the U.S. Wayfair Decision Affects You

Small Businesses: Here's How the U.S. Wayfair Decision Affects You

Do you do a significant amount of business in states other than where you have a physical presence? Then you should know about the Wayfair decision.
Double-Check the Rules on Spousal Consent for 401(k) Distributions

Double-Check the Rules on Spousal Consent for 401(k) Distributions

Some 401(k) plans require spousal consent whenever a participant takes a distribution. Others don’t require spousal consent for distributions or loans.
Tax Depreciation Rules for Business Automobiles

Tax Depreciation Rules for Business Automobiles

If you use an automobile in your trade or business, you may wonder how depreciation tax deductions are determined. The rules are complicated.
Were You Affected by a Disaster Loss? You Need These Tax Tips

Were You Affected by a Disaster Loss? You Need These Tax Tips

Those in disaster areas are eligible for a variety of tax benefits. If you suffered a disaster loss, read on for important tax-related information.
October Extended Due Date Just Around the Corner

October Extended Due Date Just Around the Corner

October 15 is the extended due date for filing federal individual tax returns for 2020. Failure to file before that date may incur late-filing penalties.
Recordkeeping Tips Business Owners Should Know to Keep the IRS Away

Recordkeeping Tips Business Owners Should Know to Keep the IRS Away

Want to avoid making errors in your recordkeeping? Then, you need to know the most commonly encountered pitfalls. Here are Fiducial’s most helpful tips.
Getting a Divorce? Be Aware of Tax Implications If You Own a Business

Getting a Divorce? Be Aware of Tax Implications If You Own a Business

If you’re a business owner and you're getting a divorce, tax issues can complicate matters. The best thing you can do to avoid surprises is plan ahead.
Should You Opt Out of the Advance Child Tax Credit?

Should You Opt Out of the Advance Child Tax Credit?

Have children under the age of 18? By now, you likely have received your first advance child tax credit payment, either by check or by direct deposit.
The Top Five Benefits of 401(k) Profit-Sharing Plans

The Top Five Benefits of 401(k) Profit-Sharing Plans

Are you an employer looking for an attractive employee benefit that lets you plan contributions around revenues? Consider a 401(K) profit-sharing plan.
How to Evaluate Your Business Idea Before Diving In

How to Evaluate Your Business Idea Before Diving In

Before you start a new business, it’s a good idea to evaluate, research, and analyze. Here are Fiducial’s steps to start your business off right!
Is an S Corporation the Best Choice of Entity for Your Business?

Is an S Corporation the Best Choice of Entity for Your Business?

Thinking about starting a business with partners? Not sure what type of entity to form? An S corporation could be the best form of business for you.
Can Employees “Cash-Out” Their Transportation Fringe Benefits?

Can Employees “Cash-Out” Their Transportation Fringe Benefits?

Not everyone will be heading back to the office post-pandemic. Among many issues raised by this development is the impact on transportation fringe benefits.
Tax breaks to consider during National Small Business Week

Tax breaks to consider during National Small Business Week

Before Dec. 31, you may want to make some tax moves to save on 2021 taxes. Here are a few strategies.
The Tax Implications if Your Business Engages in Environmental Cleanup

The Tax Implications if Your Business Engages in Environmental Cleanup

If your company faces the need to “remediate” or clean up environmental contamination, take a breath—all is not lost! Unexpected expenses are always worrisome, but there are ways to mitigate those losses.
What's a Reasonable Salary for a Corporate Business Owner?

What's a Reasonable Salary for a Corporate Business Owner?

Own an incorporated business? There’s a tax advantage to taking money out of a C corporation as salary, not dividends. But it must be a reasonable salary.