For Efrain Rivera, senior vice president, chief financial officer and treasurer of Paychex, taking risks in business and career is not only the reason he got to where he is today, but it’s also the embodiment of the Latino and Hispanic culture in modern day business.
Analysts are peering into the minds of small business owners to find out how they plan to enter the new year. The outlook is positive: Researchers find strong optimism for SMEs in 2017 as they plan to grow and expect their businesses to succeed. Regulation is a strong factor behind why SMEs have such a bright outlook for next year, but it’s also the reason many small businesses are forced to keep on their toes. PYMNTS takes a look at how small and medium-sized companies are feeling with only days remaining in 2016.
The end of the year is a busy time for everyone, small business owners in particular. There’s the fun of holiday events and time with family and friends, as well as the pressure to end the year strong and plan for the year to come. Now’s also the time for small business owners – and their accountants – to think about taking steps to potentially lower the taxes they owe this year and make sure they’re prepared for new tax issues that will roll out in the coming months.
With the end of 2016 fast approaching, now’s the time for small business owners to take steps to potentially lower the taxes they owe this year and make sure they’re prepared for new tax issues that will roll out in the coming months. Paychex, Inc. has provided a list of tax regulations for small business owners to carefully consider as they approach the New Year. Paychex is a provider of payroll, human resource, insurance, and benefits outsourcing solutions.
Implementing new overtime rules. Managing a mobile workforce. Adjusting to the requirements of health care reform. You name it. Small business owners are dealing with more HR challenges than ever before.