It’s employee bonus season. From sign-on bonuses to year-end bonuses, learn more about common bonus structures, messaging, and considerations for your business.
Even in the early stages of running a small business, it’s wise to have some goals in mind related to exit planning for the company. Here are some common exit planning paths.
U.S. economic recovery continued to advance at a slow pace, with signs that businesses were still rehiring workers.
As a small business owner, how do you plan for yourself and your employees when your focus is often on the bottom line and maximizing profit margins at the end of the month? Here are some factors to consider.
Choosing a pay schedule is an important decision for business owners. Here are four common pay schedules, and how they’ll impact your business, cash flow, and employees.
Concerned with payroll tax? The CARES Act allows businesses to postpone paying some payroll taxes. Learn more.
What is the true cost of cash when it comes to accepting payment methods for your business? From average transaction times to the cost of an average transaction, here are some of the differences between cash and credit.
These are some pros and cons of using a business debit card versus a credit card when starting a small business.
Here’s how to pay yourself as a small business owner.
Small businesses may be eligible for PPP loan forgiveness. Meaning, lenders can release the borrower from the obligation of repaying the balance. Learn more.
Whether it’s a natural disaster, a forced shut down, or shortages in your supply chain, unexpected events. The best place to start is creating a business continuity plan.
Could your small business use help with funding right now? Learn more about COVID-19 loans, grants, and other federal and state programs for businesses.
The federal government passed a $2.2 trillion relief package known as the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act). Here’s what it means for small businesses.
The IRS and local tax agencies are rolling out tax relief programs, adjusted deadlines, and regulations to help ease the financial burden on businesses. We’re collecting updates on these developments.
The Form W-4 changed as of Jan. 1 2020. Learn more about how to manage this change.
Recently, Square Security and Knowledge Platform Lead Sam Quigley joined the Small Business Administration’s #SBAchat on cybersecurity. Here are his tips on how to protect your business from hackers, malware, and more.
To help you keep track of your end-of-year to-dos, we’ve created a checklist with the top seven most important tasks you need to complete to ensure you’re ready for 2020.
To make switching payroll providers as hassle-free as possible, the beginning of the year is the best time to do it.