The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) plans to release new proposed overtime rules in early 2019. In March, the house and senate will revisit the annual amount a person must receive to be considered a “salaried” employee.
The IRS has announced new limits for retirement plans for the coming year. Are you making the most of this tax benefit?
Getting paid wages from the same day you work? It may sound like something from the future but it’s already here, and it’s a trend that isn’t going away.
Changes in both business and individual taxation will impact most taxpayers in 2018 andbeyond creating opportunities to reduce taxes significantly. These are the highlights of the tax law changes that will have an impact on your future. With so many changes, tax planning is now more important than ever.
Due to changes to the depreciation rules related to Building and Leasehold Improvements, the definitions, requirements, and classifications have become muddled over the years.
As banks change hands and new owners seek financing, often through Small Business Administration (SBA) loans current SBA Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) require an independent business valuation by a qualified source.
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is a set of national health insurance reforms that began in 2010. The ACA includes a variety of provisions designed to reform the health insurance market and encourage small businesses to offer insurance.
Today's 80 million millennials buying pizza are expected to outspend baby boomers by 2017, according to the report from Pizza Industry Analysis.
Have you considered how market fluctuations paint a picture that might not be reliable when determining the value of your franchise?
Department of Labor (DOL) has proposed new exemption rules which will require higher minimum salaries for exempt (salaried) employees.