What Do I Bring to My Tax Appointment?

It’s that (best) time of year again…and a few things have changed…and I still don’t know what I should bring to my accountant… Personal Information: Your Social Security number Your spouses full name and Social Security number (if applicable) Any alimony paid (if applicable) Employee Information: W-2’s 1099’s Dependents: Dates […]

Who’s Working for Who?

Temps & Contractors: What’s the Difference & Why Does It Matter? The terms temporary worker, contract employee, and independent contractor are sometimes used interchangeably, but there are important distinctions between these types of workers. Some of which impact pay, benefits, taxes, and other employment requirements. Here are some key differences […]

Maximize Working From Home!

In today’s society, many individuals and small business owners succumb to the idea that ‘working from home’ consists of lying around the sofa, sleeping-in, constant snacking and meal-breaks, and working in front of the television or working around the kids playing in the yard… but is it productive and possible to […]

How To Avoid IRS Phone Scams!

Phone scams have been making the rounds with callers pretending to be from the IRS in hopes of stealing money or identities from victims. Over the past two years, nearly 4,550 victims have collectively paid over $23 million to scammers posing as IRS officials. Typically, in the scheme, callers posing as IRS representatives […]

Resources: IRS links & local partners!

IRS LINKS Official IRS Website State of Rhode Island Website     OUR LOCAL PARTNERS Website Design/Digital Advertising – J. Arthur & Company at   Sassy Ladies – a resource for women in business. The Center for Women and Enterprise – text about The Center for […]