Ah, performance evaluation season. Some people love it. Others dread it. Whichever side you’re on, evaluations are essential for driving performance and motivating employees.
If it seems like your performance evaluation process is falling flat these days, bring it back to life by pumping up your process.
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When you create a business, there are a number of different requirements you have to keep track of. And if you form a corporation, you will have a couple of other responsibilities added to your plate, like establishing bylaws. So, what are bylaws?
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Have employees? Then you know part of your employer responsibilities include the annual reporting of employee wages and taxes on Form W-2. And, no Form W-2 reporting is complete without its trusty sidekick, Form W-3. What is a W-3 form? Continue reading “What Is a W-3 Form?”
As a business owner, you calculate a variety of figures to determine your company’s financial health. One of these figures to keep on your radar is gross margin. Read on to learn what is gross margin and how it can help you set prices for your goods or services.
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When you’re in business, you’re bound to deal with credit and loans. So, are you extending credit to customers, requesting credit, borrowing a loan from lenders, or doing all of the above? If so, you need to know about the Consumer Credit Protection Act. Continue reading “An Overview of the Consumer Credit Protection Act”
What is your interview process like? Do you have a thoroughly planned-out system? Or, do you just ask candidates the first questions that come to mind? If you struggle with thinking up interview questions to ask, you’ve come to the right place. Use these 25 interview question ideas to keep your candidates on their toes and hire the best.
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When you hire an employee, things don’t always go as planned. You might forget to give a worker new hire paperwork. Or, your employee might make a mistake while filling out a new hire form, like Form I-9.
So, what happens when you or your employee make a mistake on Form I-9? How do you go about fixing it? To avoid penalties and legal problems, learn how to make Form I-9 corrections.
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As a business owner, you’re likely always on the hunt for ways to save time and money. Maybe you use basic accounting software to track incoming and outgoing money. Or, maybe you automate your email marketing with a tool that sends emails to your customers or vendors for you.
If you love saving time and money, an electronic funds transfer process (EFT) may be a good fit for you. Read on to learn how EFTs can benefit your small business.
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If you’re an employer, you typically must withhold and remit federal income, Social Security, and Medicare taxes from employee wages. And to report wages paid and certain taxes withheld, you likely need to fill out Form 941. Read on to learn what is Form 941 and familiarize yourself with the form.
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Do you know how often you need to deposit federal income, Social Security, and Medicare taxes? You can’t deposit the taxes whenever you feel like. Your deposit frequency is based on a lookback period. So, what is a lookback period? Continue reading “What Is a Lookback Period for Forms 941 and 944?”