Monthly Archives: February 2020

4 Tips for Accommodating Paternity Leave

February 19, 2020 | 97 views

4 Tips for Accommodating Paternity Leave
4 Tips for Accommodating Paternity Leave

It’s no secret that the United States is far behind dozens of western countries in offering paid paternity leave. Currently, a handful of states mandate paid leave for fathers of newborns or newly adopted children. This can be tough on businesses to provide. Under 20% of companies offer the benefit voluntarily, and the cost and uncertainty are daunting for small companies.

Where paid paternity leave is not required, many companies do offer time for new dads to kick off this new phase in life at home with their child. Unfortunately, for most, it is still unpaid. No matter how your state and company approach this more common benefit, scheduling leave and accommodating employees’ needs comes with some common-sense planning.

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A Staffing Plan Overview for Your Medical Clinic

February 12, 2020 | 242 views

A Staffing Plan Overview for Your Medical Clinic
A Staffing Plan Overview for Your Medical Clinic

Calculating full-time employees and efficiencies for a staffing plan is a science. Each productive (and non-productive) hour gets counted into formulas to determine the best staffing allocations for your clinic, your staff, and your patients. The nitty-gritty of man hours and staff levels are critically important, of course, but a high-level overview must come first. By collecting data on these areas, the final staffing plan will accurately reflect your clinic’s overarching plan which must come first.

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Choosing a Tax Preparer for Your SMB

February 5, 2020 | 257 views

Choosing a Tax Preparer for Your SMB
Choosing a Tax Preparer for Your SMB

Are you new to business tax preparation or unhappy with your most recent tax preparer? You are not alone. Businesses change tax preparers for various reasons, but the clock is ticking to complete last year’s tax filing, so choose a CPA or preparer wisely.

Changing CPA’s will mean some readjustment if you’re thinking about a change or need a new person to handle your taxes. Don’t take this lightly. Nearly everyone has a nightmare story about missed deductions, poor communication, or painful audits.

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