In basic terms, probate is the process of settling an estate and passing legal title of ownership of assets to heirs. The part most people dislike about the process is that it’s public.
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Employers, you may be able to instruct the IRS on how to use certain payroll tax payments. Details here.
Are you ambitious enough to open a second location of your business? The idea may have merit, but you’ll need to explore all aspects of it first.
Does your business interact with your friends, relatives and subsidiaries? If so, you may need to disclose the details of those transactions and relationships in your financial statements. Here’s why and how auditors pay special attention to related parties.
With fall foliage here in many areas, it’s time for businesses to start thinking about year-end tax strategies. It’s also time to think about the fourth quarter 2021 tax filing deadlines.
Worried about your nonprofit’s impending audit? Don’t be. Follow these five tips for preparing for a stress-reduced audit.
If you’re an employee, you may be able to get a Health Savings Account with your employer. You can also open one of these tax-saving accounts through some banks and other financial institutions. Here are the basic rules.
Knowledge is power, which is why the more you know about vendor fraud, the better. Read on to learn how common schemes can cost businesses thousands of dollars.
Trusts that no longer achieve their objective can be repaired using a variety of “tools.”
Many kinds of employers are struggling to find and hire qualified job candidates. Outsourcing certain job functions could offer temporary or even long-term relief.
To stay competitive, many businesses need cash to fulfill their strategic objectives. Put yourself in a lender’s mindset before you take out a loan.
Long-term care, including nursing home care, is expensive. Fortunately, there may be tax breaks if your parent is moving into a nursing home.