Private Business Blog

Blogs August 02, 2019 Why You Need to Verify an Employee’s Residency Status

A primer on important steps to follow when hiring employees to endeavor to verify that they’re eligible to work in the U.S.

Blogs August 01, 2019 9 Factors Impacting the Taxation of E-Gaming Revenue

Playing video games for an audience, whether for entertainment or professionally, sounds like a far departure from the arcades, consoles and handheld devices with which many of us grew up.

Blogs July 09, 2019 The Case for Automating the Employee Expense Reimbursement Process

What information is needed regarding the receipts to support expenses.

Blogs February 22, 2019 New Jersey Family Leave: What You Need to Know

On February 19, 2019, Governor Murphy signed legislation updating and expanding the paid family leave program. New Jersey workers will see this tax paid through payroll as “FLI” which averaged around $33 for the year - talk to your trusted advisors.

Blogs February 12, 2019 What You Need to Know About New Jersey’s Minimum Wage Increase

On February 4, 2019, NJ Governor Phil Murphy signed legislation raising the state’s minimum wage to $15 an hour, which will be implemented over a six-year phase-in period and is expected to affect more than one million Garden State workers.

Blogs September 17, 2018 Employing Your Spouse and Children in Your Business

Employing your spouse and your children in your business is a strategic move that gives you more opportunities to teach them responsibility, goal setting, and the skills they need to meet deadlines and manage expectations.

Blogs September 14, 2018 The Importance of Entity Maintenance

Often limited liability of LLCs, S corporations and C corporations are being challenged because owners fail to review their entity’s annual maintenance. If your business is structured as an LLC or S corporation, you should do the following annually.

Blogs September 04, 2018 Beware of the Employee/Independent Contractor Classification Conundrum

Congress and the IRS are increasing their scrutiny on misclassification of workers as independent contractors rather than employees and employers must understand the difference or face significant civil and criminal penalties.

Blogs August 14, 2018 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017: How Will it Impact Your Deduction of Mortgage and Home Equity Loan Interest for 2018?

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 has changed how itemized deductions are calculated for 2018 until 2026. One of these changes is in how interest is allowed to be deducted on mortgage and home equity loans.