To assist our clients in making sense out of chaos. To provide a resource of high quality financial professionals who can meet our clients’ needs. Integrity above all. Respect for the expertise of our clients and the knowledge of our staff.WHAT SETS US APART
What sets us apart is the relationship we build with our clients. Because they trust us with their most personal information we respect and protect that trust. We are onsite with our clients on a regular basis and work closely with the owners and their staff to improve cash flow.TAILORED TO MEET YOUR NEEDS.
We will meet with you to assist you in defining what your accounting needs are. Payroll? Month End Close and Review? Pay bills? Training? Human Resources and staff management? Sometimes you just don’t know where to start, or how to move forward. Let us help you figure that out.
This Crossed My Desk
This week’s edition of The General Ledger from the American Institute for Professional Bookkeepers (AIPB) was a real eye opener. Lots of changes and clarification with the new tax laws. I thought this was going to be an ongoing conversation as our tax professionals dig deeper into the new laws. So, here is an excerpt Read more about This Crossed My Desk from AIPB[…]
So, after researching this is what I found out more about the new tax reform on reimbursing employee expenses. There are two types of reimbursement plans for business expenses your employees want to be paid for. First one is the Accountable Plan. If you are already using reimbursement forms, and requiring receipts from your employees, Read more about 2018 Tax Update for Employers[…]
This July will mark 8 years in business. A lot has happened in that time. We’ve helped businesses get started, get a handle on their cash, and even grow beyond us. Now it is our turn to expand. We will be opening a new office in Henderson Nevada this July. With cloud accounting, and storage, Read more about Growth and Expansion for Hharpp Accounting[…]
Here it is folks: A section of SB640 which will impose sales tax on service providers. Although it mentions education, health care, and child care among the exempt industries, it is not specific on who would be subject to the tax. It does mention certain small businesses could be exempt, but does not list the Read more about SB 640 Sales Tax Reform[…]
AB2883 – This is a significant change in workers’ compensation which will impact those that currently have coverage excluded for owners, partners or managing members. If you currently have corporate owners with less than 15% ownership, you will not be able to excluded them. If you are an LLC you can only exclude managing members. Read more about AB2883 Blog posted October 14,2016[…]
This Crossed My Desk In-case you were not aware, if you have an employee scheduled to work, they show up for their shift, and you send them home because there is not enough work for them to do, you have to pay them reporting pay. Further you must pay them up to half the time Read more about To Pay or Not to Pay?[…]
From the California Employers Association. “The Labor Commissioner has made it clear that Labor Code §§ 204.3 and 513, and the applicable Wage Order, do not authorize “compensating time off.” Specifically, compensatory time provisions are only applicable under the federal law to state and local government employees; the compensating time provisions under federal law are Read more about No More Bank OT[…]
WCIRB Bulletin Reporting of Small Medical Only or First Aid Claims The Insurance Commissioner recently approved amendments to the California Workers’ Compensation Uniform Statistical Reporting Plan—1995 (USRP) effective January 1, 2017, to clarify the reporting requirements for small medical only or “first aid” claims. The Insurance Commissioner’s Decision (CDI File No. REG-2016-00018), dated October 14, 2016, approved Read more about Reporting of Small Medical Only or First Aid Claims[…]
EDD Online Filing Required January 1, 2017 Beginning January 1, 2017, employers with 10 or more employees will be required to electronically submit employment tax returns, wage reports, and payroll tax deposits to the Employment Development. If you are trying to manage this yourself, please call our office 909-477-3333. Don’t risk fines and penalties. We Read more about 2016 Year End Updates[…]