If you have employees through a staffing agency or share your employees with another employer, you are likely a joint employer. And if you’re a joint employer, you need to know about joint employment.Read More What to Know About Joint Employment
Being a business owner means tracking profits, losses, annual business revenue, and more. But beyond knowing how to track these, how do you calculate the figures you need? And, how do you calculate your annual business revenue? Read on to learn the ins and outs of annual business revenue.Read More How to Calculate Annual Business Revenue 101
When learning how to calculate the valuation of your company, you probably learned about EBITDA. The information in the EBITDA formula is important when calculating your profitability and overall financial performance. But earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization (aka EBITDA) hit a snag regarding the specific taxes you should include. And, what taxes you […]Read More What Taxes Are Added Back to EBITDA?
As employees head back into the workplace, you may be asking yourself what to do to keep your employees safe. Between mask rules, social distancing, and vaccines, you have a lot to consider. But when it comes to new requirements you set, can employers require COVID vaccines for their employees?Read More Can Employers Require COVID Vaccines? What to Know Before Mandating
When you open a business, you decide what business structure you want to have. And, that decision determines what the legal requirements are for your company. But, is your business a separate legal entity (SLE)? And, what is a separate legal entity?Read More What Is a Separate Legal Entity? A Guide for Business Owners
Whether you’re a startup or have been in business for years, you may be considering applying for outside funding. This could include receiving small business loans, obtaining investors, or applying for grants. Small business grant funding can be the most complex, but most desirable, option. So, what are small business grants, and what should you […]Read More Small Business Grants: What to Know Before Applying
As a business owner, you typically control your own salary. And if you see a rise in business income, you may think it’s time to give yourself a raise. But, how do you go about giving yourself a raise? What are some signs it’s time you increase your income? Keep reading for answers.Read More What to Consider Before You Give Yourself a Raise
If you structure your business as a partnership or S Corporation, there is one form you need to learn like the back of your hand. And, you need to make sure your partners know the form, too. That oh-so-important form is Schedule K-1. So, what is Schedule K, and what does it do?Read More What is Schedule K? What to Know Before Filing
Canton, OH Patriot Software, LLC, a leading accounting software and payroll provider, has partnered with Woodard Events, LLC to host a VIP Round Table session on the future of payroll. Joe Woodard, named one of Accounting Today’s Top 100 Influential People in the accounting profession, alongside Patriot Software Sales Executive Scott Nelson will host the […]Read More Patriot Partners With Woodard to Host VIP Round Table Session on the Future of Payroll
The news is out: President Biden authorized advanced child tax credits, and many parents are already receiving payments in their bank accounts. But, what is the big deal about the child tax credit 2021 plan? And, why should you know about it as a business owner? We’ve got the scoop on the child tax credit […]Read More What’s the Child Tax Credit, and Why Should Business Owners Know About It?