MyCorporation has spent the last fifteen years working tirelessly to help entrepreneurs realize their dreams and start their own businesses. Our mission has always been to make the lives of small business owners just a little bit easier. And it is with that mission in mind that we are proud to announce our new partnership with Paycheck Accounting Online℠!
Since its founding in 1971, Paychex has been a proven leader in payroll outsourcing, and today Paychex helps over half-a-million businesses to easily monitor and handle payroll, benefits, and human resources.
And now MyCorporation customers can start using Paychex for only $4.99/month for the first 3 months, with the rate increasing to a mere $19/month after that. All you have to do is sign up through this page and complete your business profile, and Paychex will start helping you handle your payroll, allowing you to focus on what you do best – running your business.
We are really excited for this partnership, and know our clients will love working with Paychex.
Just as job seekers have trouble finding quality job opportunities, business owners have a similar struggle in finding and holding onto talented employees. In order to keep employee turnover to a minimum, it helps to create a positive work environment that not only attracts loyal employees but make them want to stick around as well, and if you’re wondering how to improve your employee success rate, here are a few tips to get you on the right track.
For our third installment of the ABC’s for small business, we decided that we liked the letter “C” so much that it had to stay in our word of choice – literally! C-corps are organization structures for businesses that provide non-tax benefits with profits taxed separately from its owners. Beyond just taxing profits separately, c-corps also have the distinction of being separate entities from their owners entirely in both control and management and as such, may go public and raise investment capital, engage in business, and initiate lawsuits.
Last March we did a post on C-Corp 101 and the four considerations to making your business tax efficient, provided below for a quick recap: Continue reading