VIDEO: QuickBooks® for Contractors hangout 7/17/2013

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This is the recording of the QuickBooks® for Contractors hangout held on Wednesday July 17, 2013.  Our hangouts are usually held on the 2nd Wednesday of each month and can be accessed on the Sunburst Software Solutions, Inc. Google+ page.  Everyone is free to watch the hangout live on our Google+ page, our YouTube Channel or be invited into the live hangout – which hold a maximum of 10 people; so it’s first come – first served. During this hangout we discussed: Prevailing Wage Determination and how to read them how to calculate fringe benefit amounts a tool to use to create a pdf QuickBooks 2013 R8 maintenance release corrupt QuickBooks files basic QuickBooks file maintenance and more Watch the recording of our live hangout for all this and more.…
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VIDEO: Worker’s Comp & Payroll Tax Strategies for Public Works Contractors

VIDEO: Worker’s Comp & Payroll Tax Strategies for Public Works Contractors

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  Worker's Comp and payroll taxes take a huge bite out of a contractors profit when working on Public Works construction projects - especially if the contractor is paying the full fringe benefit rate of the prevailing wage to the employee in cash and not to the Union Hall or into bona-fide plans.  Contractors in California will soon be faced with yet another increase in Worker's Compensation premiums. [caption id="attachment_112" align="alignright" width="164" caption="Money doesn't grow on trees!"][/caption] Public Works Construction and Prevailing Wage projects require advanced financial planning methods and tools along with an understanding of the ever-changing compliance requirements -- so that you can reduce your overhead and get paid on time. Join Tim Blackwell of InsuranceDude.com, Steve Kuzmack of Fringe Benefit Experts, Bruce McFarland of L & R…
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Are You Paying Prevailing Wage Fringe Benefits in Cash?

Business Productivity Tips & Training
Are you a contractor working on prevailing wage projects and paying the fringe benefit portion of the prevailing wage in cash to your employee's? What if told you that you could reduce your payroll tax contributions by at least*$14,784.00 a year and receive additional savings on your general liability insurance (if you live in a state where liability insurance is based on gross payroll instead of sales)? Would that kind of savings help you lower your bids and still make money? Impossible you say! What would you say if I also told you that your employees would also be happy? Request your copy of this article today, by clicking the button below. Note:  While this is a free article, we do request that you enter your email address so that…
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