It has been one year since the COVID-19 pandemic has flipped everyone’s day-to-day life upside down. We have had to change the way we do many things, including finding new ways of completing tasks that were once done in person. A lot of what we do now is being conducted via the internet and online portals. We hear in the news about data breaches and online hackers, but how can you personally protect your information online? There are a few easy tasks that one can complete to ensure they are doing everything in their power to keep their information secure:
3 Ways Staffing Firms Can Use Technology to Increase ROI
In today’s technology-driven world, successful businesses across all industries must constantly be adapting to and utilizing new solutions and technologies to stay ahead of the curve. In the staffing industry, agencies are using internet-based solutions to boost the reach of their job postings and meet with candidates wherever they are online. Never has this been more obvious or important than in 2020, when virtual interviews have become the norm.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) is the most comprehensive tax reform our country has seen in more than 3 decades, bringing broad and complex changes to businesses in every industry.
With more and more technology firms calling the Boston area home, I thought it might be helpful to discuss some of the implications of the TCJA specific to the tech world.
Did you know that if your company has developed software for internal use, you may be eligible for tax credits? This fall, the IRS finalized a regulation that will allow taxpayers to receive credit for their investment in software research and development.
You might think that you need to develop software for a multi-billion dollar company to claim tax credits, but that's not necessarily the case. If your company is attempting to develop or improve your own software (or have hired someone to do so for you), you're likely to be eligible for tax benefits.