Cash Flow Relief: How Your Vendors Can Help You

  One of the best ways you have available to you to improve your cash flow is to renegotiate your vendor terms. Improved vendor terms allow for additional lead time between payments to purveyors, and provide relief when your bi-weekly payrolls, monthly rent, insurances and sales tax payments are due. It’s common practice for vendors…

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New California Hiring Practices for 2018

  During the latter half of 2017, California enacted new employment laws that will affect your business’s hiring practices starting on January 1, 2018. Employers can no longer ask applicants about prior salary. On October 12th, the governor approved AB 168 authored by Assembly member Susan Talamentes Eggman (District 13). AB 168 would prohibit an…

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Yearly Renewal Time Is Quickly Approaching

The end of the year is quickly approaching which means being on top of your business yearly renewals. These renewals include lease agreements, workers compensation insurance, liability insurance, auto insurance policies, among others. This is an excellent time for you to review your lease and your policies, and to make any desired changes upon renewal….

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It’s Time to Start Preparing Your 1099 Forms For 2017

As the end of the year approaches, it’s time to start gathering the necessary information from your vendors to file your 2017 1099s. January 31, 2018 is the IRS deadline to file your 2017 1099 forms electronically. In order to obtain the necessary information to file your 1099-MISC, you will need to request a complete…

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The Importance of Labor Scheduling

The end of summer and start of fall are challenging times for any operator when it comes to scheduling for a variety of reasons, including losing your seasonal staff, school schedule changes availability, and of course, the new hires need to be incorporated into the remaining slots in your schedule. The goal is to make…

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