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.
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.
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.
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.
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?”
When you become an employer, you add a lot of things to your plate, like running payroll. And, one of your employer responsibilities with payroll is withholding certain taxes, such as SUTA tax. But, what is SUTA tax? Continue reading “What Is SUTA Tax? Definition, Employer Obligations, & More”
A business owner without liabilities is like a house without a door—you just don’t see it. And if you’re an employer, one of your many liabilities revolves around payroll. You can’t neglect or delay paying your payroll liabilities, or you may face disgruntled employees, IRS penalties, and upset payroll service providers. So, what are payroll liabilities? Continue reading “What Are Payroll Liabilities?”
Offering employees attractive benefits is a great way to improve engagement and retention. FSAs and HSAs are healthcare plans that cover medically-related expenses not included under a traditional health plan. Do you know the difference between HSA vs. FSA? Continue reading “HSA vs. FSA: What’s the Difference?”
Choosing your accounting method is the first step in handling your company’s books. If you’re a small business owner, you may prefer the simplicity of cash basis as opposed to accrual or modified cash-basis accounting. But before solidifying your decision, learn the pros and cons of cash-basis accounting. Continue reading “Pros and Cons of Cash-basis Accounting”
As a business owner, you have a lot on your plate. And sometimes, you need to hire outside workers with special skills to complete certain tasks at your business. To accomplish these tasks, you might consider hiring an independent contractor.
Does the above scenario sound all too familiar to you? If you hired a contractor during the year, you might need to file Form 1099-MISC. So, what is Form 1099-MISC?