What are the Important Financial Records for Startups to Keep?
Maintaining accurate and complete financial records is critical for compliance, business intelligence, and investor due diligence.
Our New TechCrunch Article: What Recent Changes to State Taxes Mean for US SaaS Startups
Do not assume that your product or service is non-taxable or that you’ve identified all your areas of potential tax liability.
An Important R&D Tax Credit Update Impacting Startups in 2023
As of January 1, 2022, domestic R&D claims must be amortized over a five-year period, or a 15-year period for international R&D claims.
Tax Deadlines for Startups in 2023
Tax deadlines for startups in 2023, including federal filing dates and key dates for San Francisco, New York, and Seattle.
Readers’ Favorites: Our Top Blog Posts of 2022
2022 was a challenging year of surprises for startups and investors. Our readers found these blog articles to be especially helpful.
Tax Preparation Checklist for Startups
Use this tax preparation checklist for startups to collect the information and documents your tax professional will need to prepare your 2022 taxes.
Important Sales Tax Updates All Startups Need to Know
U.S. tax laws are constantly changing and all businesses are responsible for keeping up with the latest updates.
Growing Pains: The Top 8 Accounting Issues We See at Startups
Our new clients typically share a group of accounting problems that need to be tackled first, before strategic planning, forecasting, or KPI reporting can be improved.
People Operations vs. HR: What’s the Difference?
Think of People Operations as HR 2.0. As HR leaders started focusing more on the employee experience, they migrated into a strategic thought-leader.
Our New TechCrunch Article on Remote Work Laws & Tax Guidelines for Startups
Important information on remote work laws and tax guidelines for startups, featuring a link to Burkland’s new article on TechCrunch.