The Financial Insights eNewsletter is comprised of important and informative articles related to businesses, entrepreneurs and individuals. The articles cover a broad range of topics from retirement to new accounting laws and regulations.
The IRS recently released its “dirty dozen” tax scams to watch out for in 2014.
Workplace fraud is a legitimate threat around the country. Recent estimates of the cost of employee theft and fraud to U.S. businesses range from $20 billion to $50 billion a year. No business, regardless of size or nature, appears immune.
How do you push your small company’s Web site to the top of a Google search? Its position is based on search engine optimization (SEO). For many small-business owners, however, developing this skill is akin to learning a foreign language.
Scammers are still posing as Internal Revenue Service (IRS) agents or Criminal Investigation Division (CID) agents, making calls and sending e-mails regarding bogus problems with tax returns. The goal of the scam is to get the taxpayers to respond and to divulge personal identity information.