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What to Do If Your Business Receives a “No-Match” Letter

In the past few months, many businesses and employers nationwide have received “no-match” letters from the Social Security Administration (SSA). The purpose of these letters is to alert employers if there’s a discrepancy between the agency’s files and data reported on W-2 forms, which are given to…

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DOL Expands Options for Small Business Retirement Plans

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) released a final rule that facilitates the provision of small business employee retirement plans. According to the DOL, this rule will allow more small and midsize unrelated businesses to join multiple employer plans (MEPs) and provide their employees with a…

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Take a Closer Look at Home Office Deductions

Working from home has its perks. Not only can you skip the commute, but you also might be eligible to deduct home office expenses on your tax return. Deductions for these expenses can save you a bundle, if you meet the tax law qualifications.

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Small Business, Big Savings: QSBS Tax Exclusion

Would you like to invest in a small business and cash out your gains, five years later, completely tax-free? It’s possible. Venture capital (VC) fund managers and other investors should look for Qualified Small Business Stock (QSBS), which can qualify for significant tax benefits under Section 1202…

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Can You Get a Grip on Unemployment Taxes?

Most manufacturers, distributors and retailers spend a considerable amount on salaries and bonuses, which means that federal and state unemployment insurance can represent a substantial cost of doing business. Fortunately, although there may be variations depending on the states where you have…

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