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THE LATEST TAX STATS ON PARTNERSHIPS AND LLCS

By Barbara Weltman –  A partnership is not taxpaying entity, but files an annual tax return, Form 1065, to report income, deductions, and other items. These items pass through to partners, who may be individuals, other partnerships, corporations, or other entities. Partners report their allocable share of these items on their own tax returns. Tax […]

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5 THINGS TO DO BEFORE THE END OF THE YEAR

By Barbara Weltman –  The year is winding down, but there are still some actions you must or should take now to complete necessary matters and get set for the coming new year. Some are obvious, such as reviewing your business plan to assess your successes and failures for 2021 and sitting down with your […]

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J.K. LASSER’S SMALL BUSINESS TAXES 2022: WHAT’S NEW AND WHAT’S AHEAD

BY BARBARA WELTMAN For more than 25 years, I’m proud to say my tax book for small businesses has been the go-to guide for owners and their tax advisers. The 2022 edition for preparing 2021 returns as well as tax planning for 2022 has been updated to incorporate changes from the American Rescue Plan Act as well as […]

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CAN OR SHOULD YOU USE NONCOMPETE AGREEMENTS?

BY BARBARA WELTMAN –  Noncompete agreements are legal contracts between a business and another person—typically an employee or independent contractor—to bar a worker to compete with the business. Noncompete agreements may also be used by a business to bar a person who sold his or her interest in it to go into a new business […]

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Getting a Jump on Holiday Sales

  By Barbara Weltman- There are still many weeks before the traditional last minute holiday shopping rush. Business owners are generally feeling optimistic in light of the waning pandemic. But this year is different; there may not be much last-minute activity. In fact, Small Business Saturday may not be all that great this year. There […]

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10 IDEAS FOR RE-ENERGIZING YOURSELF AND YOUR STAFF

by Barbara Weltman –  As the challenges of the pandemic continue and the hours of daylight get shorter, it’s understandable that you and your employees may feel fatigued, distracted, and perhaps mentally exhausted. Nonetheless, the company benefits when you and your employees are working at optimal levels and this can’t be done when you’re feeling […]

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ESCAPING FEDERAL TAX PENALTIES

by BARBARA WELTMAN –  Late with filing a tax return with the IRS? Didn’t correctly figure and pay what you owe? Did something you weren’t supposed to do? Don’t worry. While the tax law has multiple penalties in place to discourage and punish mistakes, there are many ways in which you can get them lifted. […]

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ADDRESSING THE RISKS OF A REMOTE WORKFORCE

by Barbara Weltman – When the pandemic began, remote work arrangements were the only option for some companies to stay in business. Now, remote work arrangements—full-time or hybrid—have become the norm, with many companies deferring return-to-office policy until 2022. Telework, as it used to be called, offers benefits for both employers and employees. The pros […]

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CYBERSECURITY TIPS FOR SHIELD ACT COMPLIANCE

BY SHANNON FLYNN –  There’s no denying that, year after year, cybersecurity risks tend to increase in number and complexity. New York joined the growing list of states enacting legislation to try and regulate the use of private, personal data. The New York Stop Hacks and Improve Electronic Data Security Act, known as the SHIELD […]

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PREPARE FOR DISASTERS AND EMERGENCIES

By BARBARA WELTMAN – September is National Preparedness Month, an observance created by the Department of Homeland Security. This year’s theme: “Prepare to Protect. Preparing for disasters is protecting everyone you love.” The theme for week one is “Make a Plan.” With the hurricane season underway as demonstrated by Hurricane Ida and disasters in Tennessee […]

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