1099 Filing for 2011
January 5, 2012
The 1099 filing deadline is right around the corner (Copy B and Copy 2 of the 1099-MISC form to the recipient by January 31, 2012). It is important to allow adequate time to get your 1099s filed and mailed to your contractors by the required date of January, 31, 2012. The following is information you'll need to prepare for your 1099s.
Keeping Your Balance Welcomes New Employees
December 21, 2011
Thanks in large part to all the referrals we've received from our fabulous clients, KYB has been growing by leaps and bounds and is pleased to announce that we've welcomed several new employees into our ranks over the last few months: Bryna McNally, our new office manager, Joe Ross, Cara Miller and Taylor Jones in the bookkeeping department and David Wozniak, our new payroll manager. Our former intern, Isac Soto, has graduated from college and come on board full time as well. Be sure to say hello next time you're in the office!
5 Business Books You Can Really Use
December 15, 2011
Tired of reading the same old advice? Here are a few books that can actually help you run your business. 1) How Companies Win, by Rick Kash and David Calhoun. Until recently, making things better, faster, and cheaper was the secret to growth. But with supply outstripping demand, companies have to identify the most profitable customers. This book will tell you how to slice up
Innovations from the Sleeter Conference
November 1, 2011
Three KYB staffers, Becky Brown, Chris Palley and Alyson Heineman just returned from fabulous Las Vegas where they attended the 2011 Sleeter Group Conference, a yearly gathering of like-minded accounting professionals that showcases the newest in accounting related technology. They were completely blown away by all the new and improved time tracking options, innovative AP and AR processing solutions, and the next best thing for accounting firms and their clients - dashboards. Be sure to check out our "There's an App For That" column in this and upcoming issues of the KYB newsletters for an overview of the software that is propelling accounting into the 21st century and beyond.
Back to School Tax Tips
August 8, 2011
Our favorite blogger "Tax Girl" Kelly Phillips Erb did a whole week on Back to school tax issues recently that we recommend you check out if you've got kids or are heading back to school yourself this fall. Her post on volunteer related expenses is a must read if you do a lot of carpooling or are always the parent forking out for team pizza parties and classroom supplies.