What exactly does it mean to outsource your accounting, and how would that help you reach your company’s goals?
The IRS has announced that its optional standard mileage rate will increase on a miles-driven basis for business purposes.
Minimum wage is on the move! Several California cities and counties will see an increase in the minimum wage on July 1, 2022.
As of 6/30/22, businesses with five or more California-based employees will be required to register for CalSavers. So what are your options?
Our friends over at Palius, O’Kelley, and Janzen CPAs, Inc. wrote up a great article on some new CA tax law updates that impact pass-through entities (S-Corps, LLCs, etc.), and we thought we should pass the good news on to you.
California Governor Newsom has allowed for emergency tax or fee relief from the California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA) for businesses directly affected by COVID-19. Relief may include filing and payment extensions or penalty and interest waivers for many taxes, including sales and use tax. Highlights of the
General information from the new Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) signed into law on 3/18/20.