Let us handle your payroll needs, so you can get back to doing what you enjoy—running your business. Outsourcing this function to us is cost and time effective. If we're handling all your payroll responsibilities, there’s no need for a specialized employee dedicated to this task, and there is no need to maintain your own payroll system. Payroll laws are constantly in flux—staying compliant can be a challenge. Abandon the hassles of payroll. We will assign a dedicated payroll specialist to work with you throughout the payroll process to ensure continuity. Services include:
As technology changes, so do we. Berndt CPA offers payroll service electronically, saving you time, money and reducing costly mistakes. Easily upload all your payroll information via our secure Client Center, and our payroll experts will process the data and deliver all services online. As your exclusive payroll partner, we will address all your needs, including check processing and printing, direct deposit, W-2 processing, filing up-to-date quarterly and annual payroll taxes and reporting. Your employees will enjoy secure online access to their paycheck stub information and W-2s—saving you hours in distribution time.
Here are some of the key tax-related deadlines affecting businesses and other employers during the third quarter of 2021. Keep in mind that this list isn’t all-inclusive, so there may be additional deadlines that apply to you. Contact us to ensure you’re meeting all applicable deadlines and to learn more about the filing requirements.
Summer’s here, and the world is opening up again. However, not everyone feels comfortable traveling just yet. And that’s fine—there’s lots of fun to be found in every area. Here are some ideas to help you and your family have an enjoyable summer close to home.
If you’re claiming deductions for business meals or auto expenses, expect the IRS to closely review them. In some cases, taxpayers have incomplete documentation or try to create records months (or years) later. In doing so, they fail to meet the strict substantiation requirements set forth under tax law. Tax auditors are adept at rooting out inconsistencies, omissions and errors in taxpayers’ records, as illustrated by one recent U.S. Tax Court case.