A discussion on employee vs independent contractor classification from a worker's perspective and an employer's perspective.
What is financial transparency? and what are the benefits to financial transparency reporting in your nonprofit or business?
We discuss how the self-employed pay social security taxes and report social security earnings vs those who are not self-employed.
In this episode, we discuss social security retirement terminology and things to consider when deciding when to claim your social security retirement benefits.
Under the Economic Aid act passed in December 2020, funding is available to businesses and nonprofits under the SBA Targeted EIDL Advance Program. We explain what it is, how businesses qualify and how the process works to apply for this funding.
As a small business employer you must properly classify your workers and ensure that your business complies with its employment tax responsibilities. We also discuss a few other key steps in hiring employees.
We discuss the importance of small businesses keeping good records. In this episode, we discuss the reasons for good financial record keeping and types of documents necessary for a business to succeed.
We discuss the importance of small businesses keeping good records. In this episode, we discuss the reasons for good financial recordkeeping and types of documents necessary for a business to succeed.
Big changes have been made to the PPP program to help the smallest of businesses who are struggling to apply for and get financial relief through the program. These changes are targeted to businesses with less than 20 employees, primarily the self-employed, independent contractors and sole proprietors. In this episode, we summarize those changes.
We continue our series on women taking control of their money in 2021 with a discussion on how having insurance can protect our assets. Also, a discussion on why women need life insurance.