What to do if your business receives a “no-match” letter

In the past few months, many businesses and employers nationwide have received “no-match” letters from the Social Security Administration (SSA). The purpose of these letters is to alert employers if there’s a discrepancy between the agency’s files and data reported on W-2 forms, which are given to employees and filed with the IRS. Specifically, they…

EWH Must-Read Book Recomendations

Did you know reading boosts your vocabulary, keeps your brain young and oftentimes reduces stress? Not to mention, foster your learning, growth, and development. In honor of National Book Lover’s Day, our staff has come up with our top ten favorite books to further your knowledge.  We believe reading many different types of books is…

Take a closer look at home office deductions

Working from home has its perks. Not only can you skip the commute, but you also might be eligible to deduct home office expenses on your tax return. Deductions for these expenses can save you a bundle if you meet the tax law qualifications. Under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, employees can no longer…

M&A transactions: Avoid surprises from the IRS

If you’re considering buying or selling a business — or you’re in the process of a merger or acquisition — it’s important that both parties report the transaction to the IRS in the same way. Otherwise, you may increase your chances of being audited. If a sale involves business assets (as opposed to stock or…