This #TaxTipTuesday, I am sharing why S Corps need to run payroll and how payroll tax compares to self-employment tax. Let's begin.
Hi, I'm Bette Hochberger, CPA, CGMA. For today's #FinanceFriday, I have a fabulous realtor, Alexa Rosario, who will tell us a bit about what to expect from the Florida real estate market when moving. Alexa has been selling real estate since 2013. so she has seen over the last, almost ten years of what has changed in the market.
Veteran's day 2021 is approaching. The complicated life of military personnel and their families doesn't get any less complex during tax season, so I figured I would try to uncomplicate it for you by sharing some of the unique tax rules that apply to active and retired military. I will also briefly touch on the work opportunity tax credit (WOTC) available as an incentive for employers looking to hire a qualified veteran. Let's get started.
Join us as we discuss buying real estate in Florida versus buying real estate in New York or California on #FinanceFriday ft Odelia Goldberg, Esq. According to Odelia, Florida is the best place to live and die. On this Finance Friday featuring Odelia Goldberg, Esq. We will discuss buying real estate in Florida and the processes involved.
Hi, I'm Bette Hochberger, CPA, CGMA, and today we're going to do a little bit of a laser focus on a helpful report in QuickBooks called the accounts receivable aging report. So watch the video below to see a walk-through. we're going to look at an "accounts receivable aging report."
Hi, I'm Bette Hochberger, CPA, CGMA, and you're concise tax tip Tuesday today is that tomorrow is September 15th is the S-corporation, the partnership, LLCs that are taxed as a partnership. It is your deadline. If you are still working on your stuff, your CPA is very mad at you.
On today's finance Friday, we have Jorge Gonzalez, who will tell us about all things IRMAA. Jorge is a financial services industry veteran with more than 26 years of experience. His specialty is providing business owners solutions to increase revenue, protect their assets, and reduce taxes with a collaboration with my CPA. He has two professional designations, and he also has a Medicare certification, which is part of what we're going to be talking about today.
It’s #BusinessQuickie, and I want to come on here and tailor this go-live to our small business owners who want to know the difference between contractors (1099) and employees (W-2) so that you can find which employee fits best with your business. I figured this would be a great topic since labor day is coming up on Monday! Let’s get started.
Hi, Bette Hochberger or CPA, CGMA. And on today's Business Quickie, I'm going to tell you about an unpopular opinion that I have. So I know a lot of people really love getting tax refunds. There are all kinds of ads that say, "how to spend your refund, refund, refund, refund." People can't wait to get that refund check, but here's the big butt, why do I not like it? It's your money. You're not getting free money from the government. You're getting your own money back to you. So my unpopular opinion is don't create these huge tax refunds and don't think your CPA is amazing just because they get you a big tax refund.