4 Ways SMBs Can Keep Good Employees
Many business owners these days are struggling to find the labor they need in a competitive market. There are simply more jobs available than people who want them. This labor shortage has been exacerbated by record numbers of employees leaving their current positions, a trend termed the “Great Resignation.”
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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced earlier this month that the official start of the federal tax season will be Monday, January 24, 2022, "when the tax agency will begin accepting and processing 2021 tax year returns." [IRS Newsroom]
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This year’s long list of tax law changes could appear as a surprise on your tax return—if you’re not prepared. To help you out, we have compiled a list of the most important changes for the 2021 tax year. Use this information now to help prevent surprises or frustration later when you file your return.
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Are you running your business and keeping the books?
We understand: Being a jack-of-all-trades as a small business owner is natural. The buck must stop somewhere, after all. But if you want to grow a thriving business, you must learn to delegate some tasks, or you and your business could suffer the consequences.
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This article was last updated on February 10, 2022.
As we head into the post-pandemic era with so many challenges to the normal supply and demand balance, there are several things that business owners and financial directors should evaluate as they make decisions for the health and future of their businesses.
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