We are going to be selling bags of firewood. Would you class the expense for burlap bags and shipping boxes as "cost of goods sold" or just materials? I assume the shipping charges for shipping to customers, ebay & paypal fees, advertising fees, barcode fees, etc., would all be considered CGS expenses read more...In article: Packing Materials as Cost of Goods Sold?
I am leaving a job to return to school, I have 120 hrs of accrued Paid Time OFF that would be paid in one lump sum upon termination. Is this money taxed at a higher rate? read more...In article: Upon termination, is the PTO that you have accrued taxed higher when it is paid
I can't figure out how to get our printers to automatically cut the receipt after the credit card portion (before it continues into the customers copy of receipt). Currently it's just one long receipt tape that we manually rip after the whole thing prints. read more...In article: Receipt Printer Not Cutting?
I have an S-Corp in Virgina, USA. I need to pay a person (independent contractor) in Egypt $2,000 for some work they peformed in Egypt for me. The Egyptian person has a Citibank personal account. What is the best way to pay the person for their services read more...In article: how to pay offshore contractor
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posted on 11-18-2018We lost our business because of hurricane Micheal. A description may be useful. We had a custom built pontoon boat that sat in a marina, we sold shrimp from the boat, we had the business for 1... read more »
posted on 11-21-2017Hello, Came across this forum and thought you guys might be able to help. We purchased some HOP-E801 thermal printers to print receipts with our sage system, however, when we print two pages with the... read more »
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