If you qualify to file as a “head of household,” you may pay less tax than if you file your tax return as a “single” individual.
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After this past year, you and your nonprofit’s board may think they can overcome any financial challenge. But don’t get too comfortable. These financial warning signs merit immediate attention.
What is the best choice of entity for a new business venture? It might be an S corporation. Here’s why.
If you wish to leave an educational legacy for future generations, consider using a family education trust.
Many employers have approved (or may soon approve) paid sick time or paid family leave for employees dealing with COVID-19. Here’s what you need to know about the latest rule changes.
The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the trend toward allowing employees to telecommute. In turn, effective IT support has become an important contributor to profitability.
Companies that fail to secure sensitive customer data and intellectual property won’t last long. Auditors can help measure and mitigate your company’s risk of a cyberattack.
Life insurance benefits can help loved ones after your death. But you may want to keep proceeds from a policy out of your taxable estate. Here are some considerations.
Don’t let your small business’s limited budget get in the way of an effective fraud-prevention program. These common-sense ideas can help protect your company from occupational thieves.
Employers that sponsor health care plans should start devising communication strategies regarding COVID-related deadline extensions and when those extensions may end.
Could your small business or restaurant use a tax-advantaged loan from the Small Business Administration? A recently passed COVID-relief act offers a couple of intriguing options.