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Cloud Accounting Success Story + St. Pat's Day Fun

BY Shelly Lingor ON Mar 06, 2019

Main and Six is a small, five-barrel brewery based in Jacksonville’s historic Springfield neighborhood, started by home brewer Dennis Espinosa and his business-partner mother Cindy Lasky in 2017. Like many brewery owners, Dennis got his start brewing beer at home, and as his hobby grew, it quickly became a passion. After four years of making beer for friends and family, Dennis was ready to...

Payroll doesn't have to be painful

BY Shelly Lingor ON Jan 24, 2019

Is payroll a pain? Or maybe you're just getting started with employees and want to make sure you're doing everything on the up-and-up. Here's a quick guide to making your business payroll as pain-free as possible.

Does your business have employees or contractors?

BY Shelly Lingor ON Nov 08, 2018

If you have people working for your business, it's important to classify them appropriately. Why? Because if you pay them on a 1099, as contractors, and it turns out they should've been paid on a W-2, your business can find itself in hot water.

1099s Simplified

BY Cindy Monk ON Dec 04, 2017

It’s that time of year again…

Okay, let’s break this down: If you paid an independent contractor or non-incorporated company $600 or more during the calendar year, you should issue a 1099 (When it comes to attorneys, you should issue a 1099 to them even if they are incorporated).