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
The person elected president of the United States in November 2020 will have a unique and challenging task—managing the nation's economic recovery after a global pandemic that caused unemployment to surge to levels not seen since the Great Depression. The IMF predicts U.S. economic output will drop 4.3% this year after 2.2% GDP growth last year. The expectation is that once the virus containment measures are lifted and the virus is defeated, the economy will rebound sharply. We have summarized the comparison between the tax reforms projected by both in this ebook.
Like any other in-office or a local staff an offshore staff is also an asset to the company. If used efficiently he can perform almost every task that a local staff can do. However, they is always a dilemma with the practice owners about will it be worth to hire an offshore team and what tasks they can do actually. This question we hear a lot from most of the practice owners. We present this ebook that will answer the question about what tasks can an offshore team can do in accounting firm and what they can’t. Have a look.
Having a checklist established before the onset of Tax Season is something every tax pro should also mark in the checklist of their annual list of tasks. This comes as a savior compared to handling cumbersome organizers that very often keep the majority of clients in oblivion, and are left unfilled. This eBook contains a checklist as a reference for accounting professionals who will bear the burden of organizing documents as required to be filled in and filed with the IRS during the Tax Season.
Like any other in-office or local staff, a remote staff is also an asset to the company. If used efficiently he can perform almost every task that local staff can do. However, they are always a dilemma with the practice owners about will it be worth hiring a remote staff and what tasks they can do actually. This question we hear a lot from most of the practice owners. We present this ebook that will answer the question about what tasks can a remote employee do and what he can’t. Have a look.
As more and more accounting firms are inclined to grow their staff strength, they have also at large considered having remote teamwork for them for the manifold benefits it brings. However, easier said than done, a remote team is not a cakewalk to build and coordinate. We as a remote staffing company for the accounting fraternity have seen many accountants attempt and suffer. It is not that difficult too, given the right techniques of remote team building are used.
Many small- and mid-sized business organizations trying new technologies and business operations structures nowadays. One of them is collaborating online and getting things done as and when required, even if it means not being physically present at the office physically. Remote Accounting Services are the new age mantra, with many small businesses now opting for it with each passing day. Let us see, how Small Accounting Firms can now collaborate online, and build successful Global teams.
Remote staffing is a new way of working. Just like capital, technology, enterprise, even talents are globally accessible. Entigrity has revolutionized the accounting community by its remote staffing solution and has helped accounting firms accessing global talent. This white paper is an attempt to articulate our experience of working with accounting firms and listing the best practices of working with remote staff. Recommended for: CPAs | Accounting firms | Tax Professionals | EAs