Offshore staffing is now widely accepted by accounting firms post-pandemic, that even the smallest of the firms have started to build their offshore team. There has been a significant shift towards offshore hiring by accounting firms. However, there are still many CPAs and Accountants out there who are still resisting this change. This E-Book Shows some light on the fundamentals of “12 Practical Tips to Build and Manage Offshore Teams for Accounting firms.”
In this e-book, we'll talk about how to Integrate your onshore and offshore staff and build one team. Make no mistake-these actionable recommendations are even more important when dealing with the offshore resource.
For as long as they have been around, a large number of accounting firms have thrived on traditional compliance services, ex: doing taxes, reviews, compilations, audits, etc. that are meant to help their clients with their daily financial situations. However, today’s challenging economic climate demands that accounting professionals collaborate more with clients to assist them improve their financial performance through better financial advice. This e-book is a guide for CPAs to help them enhance their values with Client Accounting Services.
Working with your entigrity adviser is essential when considering the following year-end tax planning tactics. In addition to tax considerations, your financial plan should reflect investment philosophies, sound business practices and motivational goals. Owner-managers should ensure that sufficient funds are retained to meet business objectives; given the uncertainty in the economic environment, cash flow management is especially important.
Working with your entigrity adviser is essential when considering the following year-end tax planning tactics. In addition to tax considerations, your financial plan should reflect investment philosophies, sound business practices and motivational goals.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, working remotely has opened new potential access points and vulnerabilities that hackers are exploiting. CPA firms are already prime targets for identity thieves, and these new vulnerabilities exacerbate the profession’s cyber-related challenges.
This report is meant to bring steadiness to comprehensive tax planning and access the projected tax rates. This report includes, projected penalty amounts for failure to file personal and business tax returns, failure to pay tax, failure to file correct information returns, failure to furnish correct payee statements and revocation of passports for seriously delinquent tax debts. In the report, there are also projected retirement planning figures including income limits for Roth IRA contribution eligibility and deduction limits for qualified retirement savings contributions. There are hundreds of other amounts necessary to calculate clients’ taxes, tax tables, standard deduction amounts, thresholds for application of wage-basis limit in calculating qualified business income deduction, AMT thresholds, annual estate tax exemption amount, annual gift tax exclusion amount, education credit amounts and deduction limits for health and medical savings accounts. Download your free copy today and help your clients save in the future. Source: Bloomberg Tax & Accounting
With the holiday season approaching, taxes around the corner and the quarterly payroll requirements looming, there is pressure on firm owners to complete the payroll related tasks smoothly and accurately. Year-end for payroll professionals generally begins when the next year’s inflation or indexed numbers are released in mid-October and ends in February. There are a couple of things that you need to do for a successful payroll year end. We have come up with the 2020 Payroll Year-End Checklist. This will help employers navigate the often-complicated year-end process, which extends into the following year’s first quarter. It contains a useful list of things to do in order to track the year end payroll responsibilities. Here it goes