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Accounting for Safety: Alvin Kempf’s Mission

Alvin Kempf, a 1-800Accountant client, wants to help businesses maintain a safe and efficient working environment. That’s why he founded Kempf Safety Services, LLC in April of 2013. Based in Mokena, Illinois, Kempf works out of a home office in the corner of his basement. His wife, Carolyn, also lends a helping hand if he […]

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Stop Bleeding Green: Small Business Mistakes to Avoid

When an entrepreneur starts a new business, it’s all too easy to make costly small business mistakes that leave them bleeding green instead of accumulating cash.  A new infographic from 1-800Accountant highlights the top small business mistakes that cause problems with taxes, the IRS, and cash flow. Gary Milkwick, a CPA and vice president at […]

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Accounting for Small Business Technology

Brandon Bahr recognizes the importance of a properly functioning technology arm of a small business. Because of this, he and a former college classmate took the initiative to set up their own IT business. Bahr & Aldrich Technology Services LLC is a 1-800Accountant client based in Big Lake, Minnesota. Bahr and Joseph Aldrich employ just […]

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5 Tax Issues That Cause IRS Trouble for 1099 Workers

Are you a freelancer or independent contractor who receives a Form 1099 instead of a W-2 form at the end of the year? If so, then you should be aware of the five tax issues that are the most likely to cause IRS trouble for anyone subject to 1099 reporting of wages or income. Freelancers […]