Tax time is looming and if you own a small business or are a single proprietor, you’re probably scrambling to get all your records straight. Are your W2s out and were they postmarked by January 31? What about 1099s to consultants to whom you paid more than $600 in 2013? They need to get a Copy C by January 31. Remember, the IRS needs to get a Copy A by February, along with the cover page, known as Form 1096. Don’t forget that consultants include LLCs, DBAs, and partnerships. Avoid this mess for 2014 by using online tools and services that make tax time much less stressful.
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Traffic – we despise it, we can’t stand it and we’ll do anything to avoid it. You can catch the morning news before you head out to work, tune in to the traffic updates on the radio – or you can download a traffic application on your smartphone. These apps are here to help you elude bumper-to-bumper driving, accidents and any other annoying traffic hazards. Some of these apps may be better than the rest, but each app has its own advantages, so it’s worth trying them out to see which one you like best. Below are a few of the best apps out there to help you evade that pesky traffic.
There are lifestyle apps, money management apps and apps that even protect your identity. But did you know there are hundreds of apps out there that can help find the perfect restaurant near you? Here are a few of the most handy, helpful and user-friendly restaurant apps on the market.
While shopping online certainly saves valuable time, it’s not always safe. According to LifeLock, a leader in identity theft protection, 11.6 million Americans were victims of identity theft last year, with a large percentage of cases taking place online. Luckily, there are apps that can help prevent identity theft. With the holiday season in full swing, check out some of these apps to make sure your transactions are safe and secure.
One of the great things about technology is how easy it makes everything. You can do almost anything with the help of the latest technology. That includes sending money. Here are four of your options when it comes to sending money to others.
Last week, we gave you five apps that can help simplify your life. Thanks to your feedback, we decided to give you a few more. From getting scores of your favorite team to managing your mortgage, there are apps out there to make every part of your life easier. Check out them out!
In recent years, the use of smartphones has increased at a rapid rate. According to Pew Internet, 56% of American adults have a cell smartphone and 34% of American adults own a tablet. In response to these numbers, there are thousands of apps available to do everything from checking your email to calling a cab. Here are a few apps that can have a big impact on your everyday life.
Apple released iOS 7 last week, and a major part of the update is the new iTunes Radio feature, comparable to apps like Pandora and Spotify. How exactly does it live up to its competitors? What sets these apps apart, and which one fits your musical needs the best? Let’s take a look.
If you’re experiencing fatigue from your New Year’s Resolutions, help is on the way. Here are some apps to help you stay strong throughout 2013 and beyond.
Financial software can be your best friend when you’re trying to create and stick to a budget.