The IRS is delaying the $600 Form 1099-K reporting threshold for third-party settlement organizations for the 2023 tax year.
Are you planning the short and long-term future of your business? QuickBooks has analytical tools to help answer questions on upcoming profitability and cash flow needs.
Cybersecurity matters for construction companies, too. Here are six ways to fortify your defenses.
Derivatives and other arrangements can help your business hedge against financial risks. How should these transactions be presented on your financial statements?
Making time for year-end tax planning now may prove beneficial come tax-filing time next year.
Construction businesses can’t allow themselves to fall behind the times technologically, especially when it comes to accounting and financial management.
Take these 2024 cost-of-living adjustments into consideration as you work on your year-end tax planning.
For retailers, manufacturers, and many other businesses, a significant amount of working capital is tied up in inventory. A year-end physical count of raw materials, work-in-progress, and finished goods is essential.
Concerned about your 2023 tax liability? Consider these year-end tax planning strategies.
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The IRS has created a path that businesses can use to withdraw unprocessed ERTC claims if they determine the claims are invalid.