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Prevent Presenteeism with Clear Policies, Good Benefits

Presenteeism is when an employee shows up for work physically or mentally ill. The COVID-19 crisis has put a new and daunting perspective on presenteeism.
Fiducial’s Best Tips to Get Your Startup Off the Ground

Fiducial’s Best Tips to Get Your Startup Off the Ground

There are a number of qualities successful startups share. There are also a plethora of startup best practices you can and should use to your advantage.
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.”