March 3, 2015

Tax Central Alert: Work Opportunity Tax Credit Transition Relief

The Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC) allows employers who hire members of certain targeted groups to receive a credit against income tax based on a percentage of first-year wages, up to $6,000 of wages per employee.   Read more >>>
February 13, 2015

Hiring Minors as Seasonal Employees?

If your business is considering hiring seasonal youth employees, it is important to consider the child labor rules under the Fair Labor Standards Act and Wisconsin State Statutes.   Read more >>>
February 11, 2015

What You Need to Know About Tip Reporting: Basic Information for Employers

Tip reporting can become a problem and get you in trouble with the IRS unless you have a clear understanding of tips and how to handle them. The best defense for you and your employees is to keep good records.   Read more >>>
February 4, 2015

What to Do When Your Employee Asks for Proof of Health Insurance Coverage

Because of the individual mandate, your employees may ask you for proof of insurance that they can provide to their tax return preparer. You will need to decide what proof you want to provide for them or suggest items they already have at their disposal.   Read more >>>
February 4, 2015

Multi-State Workers Add Complexity to the Payroll Process

With the start of a new year upon us, it is important to evaluate any new, or perhaps existing, business operations from a multi-state nexus standpoint. An area that can commonly be overlooked is that of payroll withholding requirements.   Read more >>>
February 4, 2015

What is your Policy with Regard to Employee Use of Mobile Devices?

Some employees may use their own personal devices, such as cellphones, for business purposes. Having a Bring Your Own Device policy in place helps address concerns regarding data protection and security, employee privacy, possible theft or loss, and possible misconduct.   Read more >>>
February 4, 2015

Frequently Asked Questions by Non-Profits

Many leaders of non-profits run up against similar challenges. We’ve pulled together this list of FAQs to provide you guidance on these common issues, including sales tax permits, conflict of interest, Form 990, quid pro quo contributions, and expense allocation.   Read more >>>
February 4, 2015

The Nuts and Bolts of a Healthy Family Business

For any business to be successful, it is vital that it has a clear destination and a map outlining how to get there. But in successful family businesses, there are many additional “nuts and bolts” that keep the engine tuned and the wheels turning.   Read more >>>
February 4, 2015

Communications and Data Cabling May Be Subject to Wisconsin Sales Tax

When you build or remodel a building, oftentimes electrical wiring is run simultaneously with communications and data cabling. You need to know that Wisconsin sales tax treatment is different for these two types of wiring.   Read more >>>
January 28, 2015

M&A Market 2015 – Hungry for Manufacturers

Going into 2015, the M&A market continues to be starved for good companies. Manufacturing is among one of the most desirable segments to invest in   Read more >>>
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March 2015

2015 Sales & Use Tax Update and Hot Topics

Are you calculating your sales and use tax (SUT) liabilities correctly? SUT rules are complex, and it can be difficult to know how to apply general rules to your unique situation. Join Schenck for our 2015 Sales & Use Tax Update for tips and guidance to help you stay current and in compliance.   Read more >>>
March 2015

Sage 100 ERP Breakfast-N-Learn Series: Accounts Payable

At our Breakfast-N-Learn on Tuesday, March 10, we will be reviewing the Accounts Payable module.   Read more >>>
April 2015

Sage 100 ERP Breakfast-N-Learn Series: Sales Order

At our Breakfast-N-Learn on Tuesday, April 14, we will be reviewing the Sales Order module.   Read more >>>
April 2015

Building Your Dental Practice for the Future

A remarkable practice today means more value tomorrow. What can you do proactively today to build that value? Join Kendall Butler and Randy Pinnow of our Health Care Services team as they discuss techniques to make your practice stronger and more efficient, as well as the foundational steps you’ll want to put in place now to facilitate a smooth transition in future years.   Read more >>>
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