Tami Kamin Meyer

Tami Kamin Meyer

Is a volunteer vacation right for you?

0408 vacaction main.jpg.560x0 q80 crop smartAccording to a recent article in Money, fewer than half of American workers utilize their allotted vacation days. That, despite the proven benefits of taking time off, such as reduced stress, assisting in productivity upon returning to the job and more. Vacationing is also a great way to reduce burnout, according to an article in NGen. Read more...

Is your business prepared for a worker’s comp audit?

auditBeing the focus of any kind of audit does not seem like a great way to pass a day, but since they can occur, it’s wise to know what to do if a worker’s compensation audit is in your small business’s future. Read more...

Tips for surviving a business audit

audit 1The answer is, ala the TV game show Jeopardy: “What is call your CPA.” That’s the response CPA Kristin Ingram hopes small business owners remember if they learn their company is going to be audited.  Meanwhile, the chances of that happening are pretty slim, says Ingram, CEO of Connecticut-based Ingram Digital Media, Inc. “Currently, the overall audit rate is only one percent for business and personal taxes, so the likelihood is extremely low,” she says. Moreover, most audits are what she calls “correspondence audits,” meaning the IRS is requesting some information by letter. That happens when the IRS receives some information that does not match the data on the tax return, Ingram explains. Read more...

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