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ResourcesBeginning in 2020 the new 1099-NEC replaces most 1099-MISC Form 1099 - 2021 Deadline: January 31 (February 1, 2021 as January 31st falls on a Sunday) W-2 Filing Deadline: February 1, 2021 Printing and Mailing Deadline How to improve annual performance reviews of your employees What’s your biggest business problem? How to profit from customer complaints Keep your customers coming back Keep an eye on your company's cash 16 Reasons To Make the Right Choice in January
Beginning in 2020 the new 1099-NEC replaces most 1099-MISC
Form 1099 - 2021 Deadline: January 31 (February 1, 2021 as January 31st falls on a Sunday)
Filing Date. Due dates. Furnish Copy B of this form to the recipient by February 1, 2021. File Copy A of this form with the IRS by February 1, 2021.
W-2 Filing Deadline: February 1, 2021
- 2020 forms must be filed with the SSA by February 1, 2021 regardless if using paper forms or filing electronically.
Printing and Mailing Deadline
In order for us to print and guarantee mailing your forms by the January 31st deadline, you must complete your order no later than Midnight (PST) January 30th. Orders placed after Midnight (PST) January 30th are not guaranteed to be printed and/or mailed by the January 31st deadline.
How to improve annual performance reviews of your employees
The annual employee performance review usually it's dreaded by both supervisor and employee. The employee knows he'll have to hear about those mistakes from months ago, and the supervisor will finally have to discuss those issues he's been avoiding all year. Too often, the result is discomfort and embarrassment all round. Usually both parties fudge a little and are glad that it's over for another year. Too bad, because another chance for open communication and feedback has been lost.
What’s your biggest business problem?
If you run a business, try this exercise. First, write down what you think is the single biggest problem in your business. Then ask the key people in your company to do the same. Try to include input from all areas of operations sales, manufacturing, personnel, purchasing, shipping, and finance. The number of inputs will depend on the type and size of your business, but make sure you cover everything from internal operations to relationships with customers.
How to profit from customer complaints
Nobody in business welcomes a customer complaint. It usually means taking time out of a busy day to deal with an angry person. But that's the wrong attitude. You should think of a customer complaint as three opportunities in one.
Keep your customers coming back
Every successful business relies on a core group of customers who keep coming back on a regular basis. Sure, you're always trying to find new customers and expand your market. But chances are that it's the "regulars" who provide the bulk of your revenues. It's important not to forget this group.
Keep an eye on your company's cash
Do you regularly monitor your company's cash accounts? You should. Even if you leave the job to your bookkeeper or accountant, you should stay aware of where the cash is going and how the spending is approved. Along with inventory "shrinkage," theft or improper expenditures of cash are among the chief sources of loss for small companies.
16 Reasons To Make the Right Choice in January
It's true. Accountants and tax preparers work their tails off and at this time of year there's hardly any rest until the end of the tax season. Anyone wanting to save themselves some time and money is probably looking for online solutions for their 1099 or W-2 information returns. Here are 16 great reasons to e-file this January
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