Category Archives: Legal Issues

Part 2: Outsource Your Bookeeping–Time for the Experts

4 Common Bookkeeping Pains for Small Business Owners Business owners, especially of smaller organizations, have plenty on their plate – sales, marketing, networking, administration, accounting, etc. Managing everything can be overwhelming. Oftentimes, the bookkeeping processes are not properly handled because, … read more

If You Have Filed Your Taxes, Good Job!! If You Haven’t, Here are Some Last Minute Tips!

Are You Claiming All of Your Tax-Deductible Business Expenses for 2015? Haven’t completed your 2015 taxes yet? You’re cutting it close. Don’t short-change yourself on business expenses, though. If you’ve been in business for several years, you have a pretty … read more

Did You Get a Letter From The IRS?

Why You Might Get a Letter from the IRS, and What to Do Don’t panic: It isn’t necessarily bad news. But you may need to deal with it. Getting a letter actually addressed to you personally is becoming a thing … read more

All About Tax Returns

All About Past Due Tax Returns Taxpayers neglect to file returns for countless reasons. If you’re one of them, here’s what you need to know. Believe it or not, there are individuals who don’t file tax returns even though they’re … read more

2015 is a Payroll Leap Year!!

Did you know that there was a payroll leap year? If you pay weekly or biweekly, you may have an extra pay period in 2015-27 biweekly dates instead of 26 or 53 weekly dates instead of 52 depending on what … read more

What You Need to Know About Estimated Taxes

It’s not just self-employed individuals who are required by the IRS to pay estimated taxes. There are numerous advantages to being self-employed. The top benefit that most full-time, must-report-to-the-office employees envy the most is your ability to establish your own … read more

Closing Deals with EchoSign

 By Sheila Burkett, Partner at Spry Digital, LLC When we started Spry Digital, one of our goals was to be as paper free as possible. That goal was going to be very hard to achieve when we started getting agreements … read more