Last week, we learned that Lizzo is being sued by three former employees for wage theft and harassment. While we can’t yet know the veracity of these specific claims, this seems like a good to to refresh on some things about being CEO / owner.
A slew of new federal, state, and local business and tax regulations have taken effect in the past two weeks.
1099s… Who needs them? Who owes them? When are they due? Get on track or get ahead using these best practices.
We tend to think of “paid leave” as a long-term hiatus for medical reasons. But, there are up to a dozen categories of paid leave that apply to business owners, perhaps even when you don’t have employees.
Hiring your kids can have some great tax and savings benefits, especially if you use Roth IRAs.
Looking for the best 2022 health insurance as a small business owner? Review these five options first.
What You Need to Know about Open Enrollment Every year around this time I get a lot of questions from small business owners and entrepreneurs about Open Enrollment. Let’s go over the basics. What does open enrollment mean? Here’s the open enrollment meaning from our friends at Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary: What’s available during open enrollment? Medical, […]
Tips for Evaluating Benefits Plans and Communicating Options with Employees Most of us think about medical insurance, which is the biggest and most expensive benefit for our employees. But benefits can include a wide range of free and low-cost perks that help you and your team save money on taxes. When evaluating your benefits package, […]
Small Business To-Do: Investigate Corporate Health Insurance Plans We’ve got just about three weeks before November 15 — the day we have to make final decisions about health insurance for ourselves and our employees. While you’re not required to offer healthcare coverage if you employ less than 50 people, investigating a group plan makes sense […]