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Security upgrade needed for uninterrupted QuickBooks (desktop) services

Action required: Security upgrade needed for uninterrupted QuickBooks services Effective June 1, 2018, all services within QuickBooks Desktop will need to meet updated system requirements. These industry standard security requirements will provide greater security and stability with TLS 1.2, an internet security protocol. To learn more about TLS 1.2, click here. How does this impact you? […]

Small Business Marketing Articles

Small Business Marketing Articles https://www.bizjournals.com/bizjournals/feature/small-business-marketing/2017

State-by-State Rules on Payroll Debit Cards, aka Paycards

There has been much talk and a lot of reports on the use of paycards. Every day, more workers insist on using paycards to receive their wages. I’m often asked if paycards are legal to use in various states. The simple answer is… read more http://www.cpapracticeadvisor.com/news/12410881/state-by-state-rules-on-payroll-debit-cards-aka-paycards

Gig Economy Business Model Dealt a Blow in California Ruling – Independent Contractor v. Employee

In a ruling with potentially sweeping consequences for the so-called gig economy, the California Supreme Court on Monday made it much more difficult for companies to classify workers as independent contractors rather than employees. Read more… https://www.nytimes.com/2018/04/30/business/economy/gig-economy-ruling.html?emc=edit_dk_20180501&nl=dealbook&nlid=3078819520180501&te=1

IRS Addresses ‘Tip Boxes’

At the end of each shift, then, the individuals decided how to allocate the tip box.  Here, the there was no evidence that the Taxpayer knew the actual amounts received, nor did it issue Forms W-2 or include those amounts on Forms 941. During an audit, the IRS determined that the volunteers should be treated […]