On November 21, 2023, the IRS postponed the deadline for the new $600 threshold for third-party settlement organizations to file 1099-Ks. Instead, 2023 will be an additional transition year. As a result, reporting won’t be required unless a taxpayer receives over $20,000 and has more than 200 transactions in 2023. Read this article to find out what the IRS is planning for the 2024 tax year.
Many medical practices have become victims of internal fraud when trusted employees steal from them. This article illustrates some of the risks that may be present in your office, along with some steps to take to help detect and prevent devastating fraud losses.
Remote Control: Preventing Data Breaches as Employees Continue to Work From Home
Remote workwas already gaining ground before the pandemic. Now that we’re on the other side of it, many businesses are continuing to allow employees to work from home or anywhere that’s convenient and productive. In this brave new world of work, cybersecurity is paramount. This article discusses some best practices for keeping your company’s network and data secure — including setting sound policies for device use and software access.
Are you looking to expand your workforce to meet a growing demand for your products or services? You may want to hire employees who qualify for the Work Opportunity Tax Credit. The credit is available for workers who represent one of the “target” groups specified by law. There’s no limit on the number of workers for whom you can claim this tax break. Here are the basic rules.