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Showing posts with label payroll processing for small businesses. Show all posts
Showing posts with label payroll processing for small businesses. Show all posts

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Save Time And Money by utsource Your Payroll Services

Payroll management is a time-consuming activity,
removing this burden can allow your employees
to focus on more productive items.
There are numerous benefits to hiring an accounting firm offering payroll services in Atlanta that many small businesses may not be aware of.

While on the surface it appears that doing payroll, taxes and other accounting-related services yourself saves money, in reality, this simply may not be the case.

At GBC Payroll of Atlanta, we provide both large and small companies with the accounting tools they require to keep their business running smoothly.

You don’t have to command a league of thousands to find yourself in need of payroll management services.  With skilled professionals at your disposal, you can be assured our expert team of financial consultants will happily assist you with the customization of payroll reports, time sheet filings, and federal and state tax reporting.

 Our job is to relieve you of the day to day burdens associated with payroll processing.

GBC Payroll saves you time and money by providing you a full and accurate payroll service with exceptional customer assistance, low cost preparation, and timely filing of federal, state, and local payroll taxes. We handle your tax deposits and payroll paperwork electronically which frees you of the worries regarding penalties and late fees.

If a good portion of your day is spent taking care of time-consuming enterprises like bookkeeping, ledger balancing, and employee worksheet maintenance........


Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Proper Tax Filing in a Gig Economy

The modern economic landscape is shifting
so abruptly, a small business owner in a gig
economy may falter or misfile, prompting an audit.
Trying to keep abreast of the various ins and outs of tax filing is daunting enough, but can be especially problematic in a gig  economy.

What the heck is a gig economy you ask?  

As the name somewhat implies, it is an economic period where permanent work becomes scarce and most companies rely on hiring independent contractors and temp workers to get corporate work done. 

As can be expected, this makes for uncertain influx of income forth bother employers and employees.

Our current economic climate not only alludes to this growing trend, but it also indicates that it may become a permanent fixture in the corporate sector. A recent study by Inuit indicates that 40 percent of  US based workers will identify as independent contractors by 2020.  There are a number of reasons for this, from  the prevalence of online  jobs, remote  work and tiny entrepreneurial companies that are fueled by internet traffic or revenue sharing ventures.

With so many online businesses, usually sole proprietorships, being established, entrepreneurs will find themselves challenged  on how to adequately file their taxes and avoid the kind of red flags that prompt an IRS audit.  Adding to the potential of an Internal Revenue visit is how relatively new the phenomenon is.  Government agencies are usually slow to adapt to economic and social changes, so they may not have systems in place dedicated to the growing number of gig economy based set ups.

The biggest concern for an e-commerce company, particularly if it is a sole proprietorship or LLC, is the proper reporting of income. 

The best way to ensure proper filing is to do so via the 1040 form, the standard tax return for independent contractors. If the business is technically diversified . e.g., you create arts and crafts as well as sing on the weekends in a money making party band, the business owner will have to keep separate records from each enterprise and designate their income separately on both state and federal forms.

Because the modern economic landscape is shifting so abruptly, a small business owner in a gig economy may falter and even misfile, prompting an audit. To avoid this pitfall, such companies may need to rely on a reputable accounting firm to handle their taxes. A reputable company will offer packages that suit the needs of a wide variety of business. When investigating an accounting firm, ask relevant, in depth questions to see if they understand the specific needs of an independent contractor who is subsisting within a gig economy structure. By hiring knowledgeable accounting pros, an independent contractor can remain reasonable free from the threat of an IRS audit, which will grant peace of mind to any business owner, in any type of economic climate.


Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Things to Consider When Outsourcing Payroll and HRMS

A small business owner won't have the in depth
knowledge of tax codes as it relates to payroll,
governmental regulations or IRS standards.
Being your own purchasing agent  has very little if any drawbacks--but improper filing of tax documentations, or bad record keeping, could land you in hot water with the IRS.

While this is understandable, and can be done in many areas, one place where this can prove disastrous is in the realm of accounting. 

The issue is compounded when smaller ventures lack the manpower to effectively  structure a human resources department.  Without  an established  HRMS in place, office routines can become unorganized and dysfunctional.

The solution? Outsourcing.

Human Resource Management Services

Human Resource Management  is an extremely important aspect of running any business,  and is critically linked to quality accounting and  the upkeep of financial records.  Most small business can ill afford to ignore HRM  responsibility yet they  often think they can take on this aspect alone. The danger here of course is mismanagement, which could potentially lead to trouble further down the road.

Outsourcing to a firm that can expertly handle the day to day functions of Human Resource Management is the surest way to go. Reputable companies offer a variety of ways in which a small to midsized company can integrate their services and will happily consult with clients to address their goals and concerns.

Many small to moderate sized business owners attempt to wear  far too many hats in order to maximize their profits.  

When investigating options in this area, small business should take into consideration the longevity of the firm as well as its accreditation. Honestly,  would you trust your kids to someone  you just met or to an individual with a bad reputation? Your business is your baby--make sure you place it in the right hands.

Payroll Services

All too often, small to moderate sized businesses  attempt  to take care of their own payroll needs or hire one individual to take on the task of  payroll distribution and record keeping. The error here is somewhat obvious.  A small business owner won't have the  in depth knowledge  of tax codes as it relates to payroll, governmental regulations or IRS standards. Likewise,  relying on only one person or a small  department to address critical aspects of bookkeeping can put you on the pathway towards an exhaustive IRS audit.

Outsourcing is a great option here as it would be enable a company of any size to utilize the expertise of individuals whose primary concentration is tax, payroll and human resource management. Just be sure the company you choose employs certified  public accountants and has a  great reputation in this arena.  GBC Taxes of Atlanta can confidently make such claims and offers decades of collective accounting experience.  Contact or call us today to learn what we can do to help your small to moderate sized company run more efficiently, and avoid  common pitfalls that lead to an IRS audit.


Wednesday, February 25, 2015

GBC Now Using E-Verify to Help Atlanta Businesses; Outsource Your HRMS.

Ensure that you have
secured a legal workforce.

GBC Tax and Payroll Services are now offering E-Verification for all your HRMS needs.

E-Verify employer agents, formerly called designated agents, use E-Verify to confirm the employment eligibility of another company's employees in regard to their immigration status. Our E-Verify employer agents may also handle payroll and other administrative tasks that include managing the Employment Eligibility Verification (Form I-9) process. It’s a typical part of a Human Resource Management and Payroll Service we offer through GBC. Companies or small businesses that are mandated, (or who choose, in some states), to participate in E-Verify have the option to have a E-Verify employer agent use E-Verify on their behalves and deal with the red tape for them. Companies big and small use E-Verify employer agents for many reasons; in the state of Georgia it is usually required by law.

U.S. law requires both public and private companies to employ only individuals who may legally work in the United States – either U.S. citizens, or foreign citizens who have the necessary authorization. This diverse workforce contributes greatly to the vibrancy and strength of our economy, but that same strength also can attract unauthorized employment, potentially resulting in easily-avoidable hassles for you. E-Verify is an Internet-based system run by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), in partnership with Social Security Administration and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, and it is the best way employers can ensure a legal workforce. GBC Services, LLC is fully licensed to do this task. Call on us to handle your e-verification, along with your payroll and human resources management, and eliminate any troubles that could ensue!

GBC Tax and Payroll Services, Certified Public Accountants is located at:
1950 North Park Place SE, Suite 150, Atlanta, GA 30339.
Telephone: 678-366-9232

For Media Inquiries: Ghassan R. Gharaizi, Quickbooks ProAdvisor and Certified Public Accountant.


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