Jennifer Eubanks Featured Article: Considering Full-Time Freelancing? 15 Important Financial Tips To Remember

Considering Full-Time Freelancing 15 Important Financial Tips To Remember

Jennifer Eubanks recently authored the council post, Considering Full-Time Freelancing? 15 Important Financial Tips To Remember “The gig economy is growing as more skilled professionals opt for the flexibility that comes with freelancing. The ability to work where, when and how often you choose—as well as the freedom to turn down projects that don’t interest you—can be…

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Jennifer Eubanks Forbes Feature Article: Four Keys For Successful New Employee Onboarding In A Remote Environment

Successful New Employee Onboarding In A Remote Environment

Jennifer Eubanks recently authored the council post, Four Keys For Successful New Employee Onboarding In A Remote Environment “When the Covid-19 pandemic started and businesses sent employees home in March 2020, there were many unanticipated consequences. Many businesses were not prepared for a virtual environment and the challenges of having remote workers. Even fewer businesses were prepared…

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4 Tax Provisions CARES Put Into Place You Should Pay Attention To

CARES Act Tax Provisions

Businesses are facing challenges not seen previously due to COVID-19.  Many industries have been significantly impacted, some have been decimated, and most have been impacted to some extent by the COVID-19 outbreak.  To help businesses survive this turbulent time, the federal government put the CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act) into effect.…

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Accounting Outsourcing… Leading the New Normal

Accounting Outsourcing

We all believed that to ensure the productivity of our employees and to keep the business running smoothly, we had to do the hour commute, spend 8 to 10 hours tethered to our desks and participate in in-person meetings five days a week. You know, back in February. Rare were the companies that allowed employees…

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Small Businesses Suffer with SBA Out of Funds

On Thursday April 16th, just 14 days after small businesses across America were first able to apply for loans through the $349 billion Paycheck Protection Program, the U.S. Small Business Administration announced it had exhausted its allotted funds and stopped accepting applications. Ironically, Capital One and Wells Fargo opened their application portals within the last two days…

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SBA Issues New Interim Rule – Temporary Changes Impacting Self-Employed and Partnership Access to PPP Loans

We’ve received many questions from individuals with self-employment income filing on Form 1040 with a Schedule C. The repeated question is whether these individuals are eligible for a PPP loan, and if so, how to determine the maximum loan amount. The new interim rule answers this question. If you have no employees, the following methodology…

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