Post Irma Update

Jay KimelmanAccounting

Our thoughts and prayers go out to those whose lives have been impacted by Hurrican Irma. The team is assessing their personal situations, luckily, no one suffered a major loss, although most of us were … Read More

No State Income Taxes: a Bonus or a Bummer?

the digital CPAPayroll, Taxes

Florida is currently one of only seven states without a state income tax. The other six are Alaska, Nevada, Texas, South Dakota, Wyoming and Washington. Additionally, New Hampshire and Tennessee only pay taxes on dividends … Read More

Are your Contractors really Employees?

Jay KimelmanPayroll

Are you at risk? Employers often think that employees and independent contractors are interchangeable. That is a common misconception that can be costly to a business. The distinction between a contractor and an employee is … Read More

The Hidden Costs of Hiring

Jay KimelmanUncategorized

Ready to hire that 1st employee? Expand your workforce? Keep in mind there are costs you will pay beyond the hourly wage! OK, so your business is growing, you have budgeted $400 a week to … Read More

Xero Partner Certification

Jay KimelmanUncategorized

Show off  your Xero knowledge, get certified…… You are using Xero, make sure you know the best practices and stay up on all of the changes to the platform.  The best way to do that … Read More

Annual Reports are Due!

Jay KimelmanSmall Business

Make sure you file your annual reports. Florida has a due date of May 1st for annual reports.  Keep in mind these are not tax returns and are separate from your state income tax filings. … Read More