New simplified accounting rules for small businesses do not apply to tax shelters -- and the definition of a tax shelter can cause problems for businesses with large deductions or losses during a tax year.
Staying competitive with compensation is critical to retain top talent, but it's also vital to avoid setting unreasonably high salaries that strain your organization's budget. Here are several tips to form the right compensation package.
Empathetic leadership can help organizations avoid employee burnout. Here are several steps for leaders to follow, including understanding the workforce and pivoting to serve employees' needs.
Many people think branding a business simply means having a website and a logo. But it's more than that. Clients want consistent, positive experiences and meaningful interactions. Use these tips to solidify your brand and gain more clients.
With the economy in an uncertain state, 42% of employees say they are worried about the impact that using child care benefits would have on their employment, according to a report from Catalyst. However, many companies are stepping up to provide benefits, and employees can take certain steps to mitigate their concerns.
For tax returns with a Sept. 15 due date that were affected by an e-filing software outage, the Internal Revenue Service will treat a return and any elections filed with that return as timely filed if the taxpayer had successfully e-filed the return and any elections by Sept. 17.
Some large companies are offering executives early retirement to save on costs. This article outlines issues to consider before accepting or rejecting such a package.
The process of forgiving Paycheck Protection Program loans is facing delays and complications as banks grapple with unresolved questions and what some describe as conflicting information. The Small Business Administration says it has not accepted or rejected any of 96,000 forgiveness applications received as of Thursday.