Monthly Archives: November 2018

Form 1099-MISC – By the Box And More

It’s that time of year again when, as a business owner, you have to start thinking about 1099ing folks. There’s a lot to it but we’re going to think about it with you. REINFORCING THE BASICS. What is a Form … Continue reading

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Don’t Talk Trump, Let’s Talk Turkey. Trivia for your Thanksgiving Day.

It really is official. The holidays are here. Turkey. Football. Family. Santa Claus. Whoa! Let’s not get ahead of ourselves. Let’s get through Thanksgiving. This week we are not talking accounting, not even talking tax. Welcome to this week’s blog: … Continue reading

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Ask and You Better Receive. What To Know About Form W-9.

It’s that time of year again when, as a business owner, you have to start thinking about 1099ing folks. There’s a lot to it but we’re going to think about it with you. REINFORCING THE BASICS. What is a Form … Continue reading

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Open Sesame…Open Enrollment!

Open enrollment season is here!  And with it the annual confusion and scrambling.  We’re thinking this week’s blog can eliminate some of that. REINFORCING THE BASICS. What is open enrollment? Annual Open Enrollment (AOE) is this tightly scheduled period each … Continue reading

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