When it was all said and done, 97 people were arrested, and James Brantley owed them over $600,000 dollars. Before he could pay them back, however, he would have to serve 18 months in an Alabama prison first. Failing to understand the difference between an employee...
New Business Formation
Let’s face it. Accounting terms are unusual because accountants are an unusual group of people. They enjoy numbers, they find spreadsheets exciting, and they love the fact that “bookkeeper” is the only word in the English language with 3 double letters. So it’s only...
Meeting with your CPA shouldn’t be a one-time event where you simply hand them the keys to your finances and walk away. In order to take full advantage of the CPA you’ve teamed up with, here are 5 questions to ask your CPA at least every year.
“What is the difference between an employee and a contractor?”
Over the years, it’s a question that has left many business owners scratching their heads and hoping that they aren’t inadvertently setting themselves up for legal trouble.
Starting and running a business requires a good plan, and it requires looking ahead at your time and knowing what’s coming, or you’ll be elbow deep in unnecessary taxes, costs, and additional stress—much like dealing with a bad case of poison ivy.