Bookkeeping

Good Recordkeeping Is Just Good Business

By |November 12th, 2019|Bookkeeping, Business Consulting, Construction Business Consulting, Financial, Forensic, Litigation & Mediation Services, Fraud, General, Human Resources, Tax Planning & Preparation, Tax Tips|

Good Recordkeeping Is Just Good Business Good recordkeeping is an important part of running a small business. In fact, keeping [...]

Comments Off on Good Recordkeeping Is Just Good Business

Will Your Paperwork be Able to Weather a Disaster?

By |June 14th, 2019|Bookkeeping, Events, Financial, Tax Planning & Preparation|

Disaster resources can help taxpayers weather the storm As summer approaches, so do storms and other natural disasters. Whether it’s [...]

Comments Off on Will Your Paperwork be Able to Weather a Disaster?

Taking Care of Business: Record Keeping for Small Businesses

By |May 22nd, 2019|Bookkeeping, Business Consulting, Financial, Payroll, Tax Planning & Preparation|

IRS: Tax Tip 2019-54 All businesses big or small should keep good record keeping. Whether they have a couple dozen [...]

Comments Off on Taking Care of Business: Record Keeping for Small Businesses

QuickBooks Certifications

By |September 20th, 2018|Bookkeeping, Team Member News|

MNMW Team Members Earn QuickBooks ProAdvisor and QuickBooks Online Certifications Two of our team members at MNMW recently earned higher [...]

Comments Off on QuickBooks Certifications

Federal Unemployment Tax for Florida Employers Expected to Decrease

By |August 13th, 2013|Bookkeeping, General|

The State of Florida recently paid off its Federal Unemployment loan, effectively reducing the Federal Unemployment Tax (FUTA) rate to [...]

Comments Off on Federal Unemployment Tax for Florida Employers Expected to Decrease

Beware of Misclassification of Independent Contractors

By |March 20th, 2013|Bookkeeping, Human Resources, Payroll|

A recent article in The Wall Street Journal on March 14, 2013 entitled “Payroll Audits Put Small Employers of Edge” [...]

Comments Off on Beware of Misclassification of Independent Contractors

Fiscal Cliff Update – American Taxpayer Relief Act

By |January 2nd, 2013|Bookkeeping, General, Tax Planning & Preparation|

American Taxpayer Relief Act On Tuesday, Congress preserved most of the Bush-era tax cuts and extended many other lapsed tax [...]

Comments Off on Fiscal Cliff Update – American Taxpayer Relief Act

Federal Unemployment Tax Rate Changes for 2012

By |December 11th, 2012|Bookkeeping, General, Payroll|

Federal Unemployment Tax Rate for 2012 The Department of Labor has announced the list of states who will pay a [...]

Comments Off on Federal Unemployment Tax Rate Changes for 2012

New law changes sales and use tax collection allowance

By |June 19th, 2012|Bookkeeping, General|

A new law requires sales and use tax dealers to file tax returns and pay tax electronically in order to receive a [...]

Comments Off on New law changes sales and use tax collection allowance

IRS Cancels Separate Reporting Requirement for 1099-Ks

By |May 3rd, 2012|Bookkeeping|

Businesses won’t have to separately report amounts shown on 1099-Ks on a special line on Schedule C and on Forms [...]

Comments Off on IRS Cancels Separate Reporting Requirement for 1099-Ks