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W-2 Deadlines & Penalty for Employers Not Sending W-2

There are several important deadlines during tax season. There are deadlines for employers to follow regarding the preparation of necessary employee tax forms, and for employees to follow when filing their taxes. Workers cannot file their taxes properly if they don’t have the necessary forms or if certain forms aren’t filed on their behalf. If employers drop the ball with forms necessary for proper federal withholding, it creates a chain reaction.

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Legal Requirements for Hiring Employees

Your employees are the key to your success. Filling important roles with top talent is important for growth, innovation, and productivity. When you’re ready to build your dream team, there are many aspects to consider. You need to create an outstanding job description to lure top talent to your door, conduct a round of interviews, and eventually onboard the candidates you feel will contribute the most to your company.

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How To Move a Business to Another State

If you’re relocating your business to a new state, it can give you a completely new market to target. Yet, it can also be a rather intricate task. Whether it’s a sole proprietorship, a Limited Liability Company (LLC), or a corporation, each business structure presents its unique set of challenges and considerations during relocation. Understanding these nuances is essential for a seamless transition, ensuring that your business complies with new regulations and thrives in its new environment.

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Business License Compliance By State 2024

In recent years, we’ve seen a significant uptick in enforcing business license compliance across the United States. What’s the reason, though? It’s all about ensuring public safety and adapting to new business models, from the gig economy to the digital marketplace. If you’re interested in obtaining a business license in your state, we’ll break down each one to point you in the right direction. What Makes Business License Management So Complex?

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Filing Business Taxes for LLC for First Time FAQs

First time business owners have a long road of challenges and exciting opportunities ahead of them. Filing business taxes for your limited liability company (LLC) for the first time might feel more like a challenge than an opportunity, but it doesn’t need to. Your first experience filing taxes is an opportunity to learn how to efficiently maximize your deductions and make accurate predictions for estimated tax payments in the year ahead.

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Final Paycheck Laws by State 2024

Departing employees are likely owed a final paycheck, whether they decided to leave voluntarily or were terminated by the company. Each state has its own rules for issuing an employee’s final paycheck, depending on how an employee leaves the company. The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) protects employees against employers who fail to meet minimum wage or final pay laws. Here’s what employees should know about state laws and how Mosey can help you stay on track by state.

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How To Get a Virtual Business Address

In today’s business world, where digital presence often overshadows physical locality, the concept of a virtual business address has become increasingly relevant. For limited liability companies (LLCs) and other legal entities, having a professional mailing address is a strategic asset. We aim to guide entrepreneurs, particularly small business owners and startups, on how to get a virtual business address, offering them a blend of professionalism and practicality. Let’s jump in.

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Pass-Through Entity: Flow-Through Entities Explained

It’s common for businesses to seek safe, effective, lawful ways to minimize their tax liability. A high tax bill can throttle the potential for a business to thrive, grow, and innovate. If your business operates as a pass-through entity, it may be easier to preserve funds, pay yourself in the early stages of your business, and grow to your full potential. This is what businesses need to consider when choosing a structure and how Mosey can work to keep businesses tax-compliant.

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Corporate Tax Rates by State 2024

Corporations may be expected to pay two types of income tax depending on the state where they’re registered. Every business is responsible for paying federal corporate taxes, and some states will be responsible for paying state corporate taxes. Corporate tax rates vary from state to state. Some states use a flat rate, some use a bracket system, and some don’t have any corporate tax requirements. Here’s what you need to know about corporate tax rates by state and how Mosey can help you remain compliant.

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How To Get a Business License in Pennsylvania

Starting a business in Pennsylvania is an exciting venture, and laying the groundwork correctly from the get-go is essential. One aspect of this foundation is ensuring your business complies with state licensing requirements. Whether you’re launching a tech startup in Pittsburgh or opening a boutique in Philadelphia, understanding and obtaining the correct PA business license is a cornerstone of your business legitimacy and operations. The good news is that Pennsylvania’s process for acquiring business licenses is generally straightforward.

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