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What to do if You Commingle Personal and Business Funds

Posted by Maddy Yeazel to Taxes, Accounting, Payroll, Business

One of the most common problems we see from startup founders that are first moving off from DIY accounting is a wide range of “personal transactions” being made with the business accounts. This is known as “commingling your books” and is a huge no-no as well as one of the most common ways businesses find themselves on the barrel end of an IRS or state audit.

3 Factors to Tell the Difference Between Employees and Contractors

Posted by Jessica Mah to Business Advice, Payroll, Industry News

The NFL and NCAA have each run into issues when it comes to labor laws. Here's how you can avoid your own snafu.

May Day Special Edition: Payroll for Small Businesses

Posted by Jon Spangler to Payroll

Image of workers demonstrating for rights illustrates article on payroll and payroll taxes for small businesses.

Today is May 1st, which is International Worker's Day. It started as a movement for a shorter work day, along with higher wages and the right to organize. And it seems like a great opportunity to talk payroll!

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