Employee Offboarding Made Easy

Jan 17, 2018 | Payroll, Human Resources, Small Business | 0 Comments
Over the years, employees will come and go. Some may leave to care for a new family member, to retire, or relocate. Others may not be a right fit for your organization. Either way, losing an employee is never easy, especially if the departure is unexpected. In our experience, having a checklist on-hand you can count on to guide you through the employee exit process will save you time and money.
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Employee vs. Contractor, Exempt vs. Nonexempt: Are You Correctly Categorizing Your Staff?

Jan 15, 2018 | Payroll, Human Resources, Small Business, Onboarding, Benefits | 0 Comments
Many aspects of owning a small business can be complicated, categorizing your workforce correctly is just one of them. If you're not sure if your workers are employees or independent contractors, you need to find out immediately to avoid being penalized by the IRS for misclassifying them. Once you've figured that out, you need to determine if your employees are exempt or nonexempt. To help guide...
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Virtual HR and Payroll Solutions: How Do They Work?

For any business, time is one of the greatest commodities. But this is especially true for companies working at a global level, offering multidimensional services. As the demands for your products increase so does the need to stay on top of every department. Many thriving companies now turn to outsourcing certain competencies, which can be better handled by a professional agency.
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7 Solid Reasons to Keep Doing Your Own Bookkeeping

Jan 3, 2018 | Bookkeeping, Accounting, Small Business | 0 Comments
Many different types of organizations can benefit from a great bookkeeping service. Maxwell Money clients include families, professionals, and businesses in a variety of industries, including nonprofits, construction, retail, wineries, law firms, and other various professional services.
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How to Secure Funding for Your Small Business

Jan 3, 2018 | Balance Sheet, Accounting, Small Business, Funding | 0 Comments
Growing your small business takes money. Even if your company produces steady cash flow, the likelihood is that you'll need additional monetary resources from time to time in order to grow. Taking advantage of a new opportunity may require you to hire more people or order more materials to fill a big order.
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Hiring Tips for Small Businesses

Jan 1, 2018 | Human Resources, Small Business, Benefits, Social Media | 0 Comments
No matter what stage your business is in, hiring employees is a crucial but often daunting task. All businesses want to keep costs per hire low while attracting the right people, but it's essential for your small business to do so if resources are tight. These tips will help you efficiently find the best candidates without wasting your valuable resources. 
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Top 5 Employee Benefit Trends to Watch For in 2018

Dec 29, 2017 | Accounting, Human Resources, Small Business, Benefits | 0 Comments
Employee benefit trends often change because of employee demands and economic realities. For 2018, you can expect to see more companies give these five benefits to their workers. And Ideally, the changes will benefit both employers and employees. 1. Student Loan Assistance The average college graduate owes about $30,000 in student loans. Having so much debt right out of school makes it difficult...
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7 Tips to Help Your Business Create or Conserve Cash

Dec 27, 2017 | Bookkeeping, Accounting, Small Business | 0 Comments
Are you looking for creative ways to conserve your company's cash? The amount of cash flowing into a business should always be more than the amount flowing out. To ensure this is the case, the following are some solutions for reducing receivables, expenses or capital expenditures that our experts recommend.
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Benefits of Replacing Your Analog Phone System With a VoIP Phone System

Dec 26, 2017 | Accounting, Small Business, Technology | 0 Comments
   
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Understanding QuickBooks Files and When To Use Them

Dec 22, 2017 | Bookkeeping, Accounting, Technology, QuickBooks | 0 Comments
Looking at your QuickBooks directory, you might encounter numerous types of files and have wondered what are they all used for.  It is important to understand the purpose each of them have and when you would utilize them. Some are core system files and some are created through actions within QuickBooks for specific uses.
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