Linda Kudrna opened Learning Ladder in 1994 to provide the “highest quality of care to the children in the Cottage Grove community.”
And for the past 30 years, she and her team have continued to do just that.
The word “audit” will make any business owner tense, especially when discussing or going through a tax audit from the IRS. However, there are strategies that taxpayers can use to help navigate an audit.
Payroll is one of the most important functions of your business, but it can be a daunting task to take on as a small business owner. Compliance with regulations, technology upgrades, and the detailed reporting requirements to Federal and state agencies is a lot for one person to perform, which is why many small businesses choose to outsource their payroll-related activities and reporting requirements to a third-party provider. Today, we’re covering four ways outsourcing your payroll can benefit your business.
As the year comes to an end, we can look forward to schedules filled with holiday parties, time off to spend with loved ones, and finding ways to circle back on projects in the new year. One project that will be especially important for small business owners is preparing for tax season.
it’s time to start thinking about next year’s tax return, which may look different from prior years because of the pandemic relief bills, tax law changes, updates, new rules, and annual inflation adjustments.
The earlier you begin, the more you can potentially save, and to get a he
In a two-bay garage in 1986, Tom Schoenmann and his wife, Lisa, opened Tom’s Auto Center with the dream of providing quality maintenance and repairs for their neighbor’s vehicles. Soon after, they expanded to the back of a body shop on Terminal Drive before building their 12-bay garage in 2000. In that time, the shop has hired additional technicians and service advisors to keep up with demand.
Starting a small business is exciting, however, if you’re used to working as a full-time employee, the transition to self-employment can be overwhelming when it comes to keeping track of your taxes. Understanding what the IRS expects from small business owners is a key piece in the success of keeping your business running.
Gail Ambrosius discovered her love of chocolate as a child, making fancy chocolates with her mom. When relatives would visit, she would take the treats around on trays and everyone would ooh and ahh over them.
As we all know, the ancient Greek quote “change is the only constant” most certainly applies to your taxes, and this year has seen more changes to tax guidelines and requirements than in many other years. So, in today’s blog, we wanted to shine a light on some of the most common ones.
A report by Gallup indicates that the number of people working from home has jumped from 28% in April 2020 to almost 46% in September 2020, showing a rising trend. So how does this affect your taxes?