Profit Statements: The P&R Blog
Potential Overtime Rules Could Change Your Business’ Payroll Accounting
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) recently proposed regulations to increase the minimum salary an employee must earn to be exempt from the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) overtime requirements, and if enacted, the change could significantly affect your bottom line. Under current regulations, employees who earn $455 per week or less ($23,660 annually) are …read more.
Construction Industry Revenue Recognition Methods
Adam Robinson discusses completed contract and percentage of completion revenue recognition methods for construction businesses.
Affordable Care Act Provisions for Employers and Coverage Providers
If you’re an employer with questions about ACA provisions or reporting requirements, you may be interested in attending one or more of a series of free webinars sponsored by the IRS over the next couple of months: Employer Shared Responsibility and Information Reporting July 28, 11 a.m. – 12: 30 p.m. – Click here to …read more.
Payroll and the Affordable Care Act
Count your employees carefully! You may be required to provide health insurance after all.
It’s holiday time in Florida…the sales tax holiday!
Trying to save money while budget planning for the back-to-school season? You’re in luck: this year, the sales tax holiday extended from the usual 3 days to 10 days and runs August 7 through August 16. Expect these items, among others, to be tax free: Clothing, footwear, wallets and bags costing $100 or less School …read more.