Nick Sampson

Nick Sampson
Nicholas Sampson is a senior accountant at CRR and has been practicing public accounting since 2012.
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Assessing Productivity as You Cope with the Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic is impacting not only the way many businesses operate, but also how they assess productivity. How can you tell whether you’re getting enough done when so much has changed? There’s no easy, one-size-fits-all answer, but business owners should ask the question in order to adjust expectations and objectives accordingly.

Cyber Crime in the Era of COVID-19

The Coronavirus pandemic has changed life as we know it, almost overnight. Amidst unprecedented health and economic concerns, cybersecurity is likely the last thing on most people’s minds. Sadly, malicious attackers are capitalizing on the fear and uncertainty surrounding the pandemic to initiate new scams and cyber-attacks.

Massachusetts Establishes Paid Family and Medical Leave

On June 28, 2018, Governor Charlie Baker signed a landmark bill requiring all employers in the state of Massachusetts to provide workers with paid family and medical leave—giving Massachusetts one of the most generous paid family and medical leave programs in the country. The bill will also raise the minimum wage, phase out time-and-a-half pay, and institute an annual sales tax holiday for the state.

EMAC: The MA Tax Supplement Impacting Employers' First Quarter Statements

We are nearing the end of tax season, and one recent tax change could impact your business' bank account sooner than you think. In 2014, Massachusetts enacted a supplemental tax called the Employer Medical Assistance Contribution (EMAC), which is used to fund health insurance programs in the Commonwealth. In 2017, an Act Further Regulating Employer Contributions to Health Care was passed, temporarily changing the existing EMAC, creating a temporary supplemental contribution, and modifying the unemployment insurance rate schedule.

5 Best Practices for QuickBooks

I help many of our clients manage their bookkeeping using QuickBooks, and I've found that regardless of the business type—recreation, manufacturing, technologycertain best practices apply across the board.

These five best practices are the fundamentals that I believe will keep your bookkeeping environment organized, efficient, and accurate: