Articles About Bookkeeping, Payroll and Business

Are Read To Offer Health Insurance?

By CheckWrite / April 27, 2019

Have you thought about offering your employees health insurance? Do you have more than 20 employees? If you have fewer than 50 employees you may not be required to offer health insurance, but you can gain a competitive edge over your competition if you do offer it. Am I required to offer health insurance? If…

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Four Bookkeeping Tips For Starting An Online Store

By CheckWrite / March 13, 2019

Are you thinking about starting an online store this year? If so, there is one thing to remember, “you have to provide stellar service”  for your customers. Good Bookkeeping habits in your store and in Quickbooks will help you to provide that stellar service. It may seem like common sense, but many businesses have a…

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How Deal With Year-End Payments With Your Business

By CheckWrite / February 17, 2019

When you sit down with your accountant to talk about year-end tax planning, many of you will say, “ I plan to accelerate or do better with deductions for 2019.” You should take caution to understand the IRS rules when it comes to adding deductions to your bottom line for the fiscal year. You may…

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2018 Year End Bookkeeping Tips To Be Ready For 2019

By CheckWrite / January 17, 2019

December is a great time to take stock in your bookkeeping in preparation for the upcoming new year. This time of year is super busy with Thanksgiving and Christmas. November and December as short months but that shouldn’t prevent you from being prepared for the new year. Here are some tips to help you streamline……

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Four Tips For NH & VT Payroll Processing During Holidays

By CheckWrite / December 29, 2018

The end of the year is almost here, and it is normally super busy with year-end tasks to be accomplished. Final sales push, project deadlines and gathering of bookkeeping materials for your taxes can be overwhelming. Here are some tips to help you plan a smooth year-end for 2018. 1 Additional Payroll This Year Did…

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IRS Releases 2019 W4 Form Online, Ready For Download

By CheckWrite / December 17, 2018

Following the Treasury Department and the IRS release of the 2019 W4 form it said that the withholding rules  in effect for 2018 will remain in effect for 2019. In September they announced that the 2019 version of the form W-4 (Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate, will be similar to the 2019 version. The initially issued a draft…

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Three Bookkeeping Tips For New Contractors In The Upper Valley

By CheckWrite / November 17, 2018

Are you a person that has worked for someone else in the construction industry for a while? You’re probably thinking about starting your own construction business and are not sure how to do that. Whether you are a general contractor, handyman, plumber, electrician, HVAC, concrete or landscaping company, this is a big step for you!…

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Seven Key Payroll Tips You Should Know For Your Upper Valley Business

By CheckWrite / October 10, 2018

Keeping up with payroll can be a difficult, stressful and time-consuming. For some business owners taking care of payroll, in-house can quickly become a nightmare. According to the NSBA and a survey they did on small business taxation sixty percent of small businesses handle their payroll internally. How do you handle your payroll for your…

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Holiday Seasonal Employees & Payroll: What you need to know!

By CheckWrite / April 30, 2018

Many businesses throughout the Upper Valley hire on seasonal help for the busy season.  These additional employees can contribute to making your holiday season a success. Of course, when hiring temporary help, you need to treat them with the same respect as your permanent employees. Make sure you consider any particular tax, financial or legal concerns…

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NH Payroll Services and The Affordable Care Act Requirements

By CheckWrite / January 10, 2018

The Affordable Care Act which is also known as “ObamaCare” was signed into law on March 23, 2010. Since it was signed into law, there have been many changes over seven years. It’s a law that has kept us in the payroll community on our toes over seven years. It is laced with tons of…

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