Death And Income Taxes—How To File A Final Return For Your Loved One

Dealing with the death of a loved one is a difficult time. Unfortunately, those emotional hard times can be exacerbated when you also have to handle the legalities of your deceased family member or friend. One such legal requirement many have to take care of is filing taxes for someone they've lost. The good news is that it may be simpler than you realize to file for a deceased person and handle their final taxes. [Read More]

What To Do If You Have Not Done Your Taxes In Years

If you have not filed your taxes in years, you can still make it right with the United States government. It is best if you take action before the government realizes that you have failed to file your taxes and reaches out to you first. Here is what you need to do. Contact A Tax Professional The first thing you need to do is contact a tax professional, preferably someone who specializes on filing late tax returns. [Read More]

4 Payroll Tax Tips For New Restaurant Owners

If you are in the process of opening up your first restaurant on your own, you need to think about more than just the food; you also need to think about the technical side of running your business. In order to run an effective restaurant, you need employees, which means you need to understand how to set up your payroll. Here are a few tips to get you started. Make A Budget [Read More]

Learn How To Choose Workers For The Children's Church At Your Church

Opening a new church can be exciting and difficult at the same time. If you plan to have a children's church at the church, you need to be sure that you take the time to staff the children's section with the proper workers. The following guide walks you through a few things to consider when choosing who will be working with the children in the children's church. Require a Background Check [Read More]