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How To Move Your Startup’s Fiscal Year-End From December 31st to January 31st

How To Move Your Startup’s Fiscal Year-End From December 31st to January 31st
Posted on Sun, 5 September 2021 by scott-orn

Startup founders, do you want to know how to move your startups’ fiscal year-end from December 31st  to January 31st? Well, you’ve come to the right place.

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Vaccine Tax Credit for Startups

Vaccine Tax Credit for Startups
Posted on Mon, 28 June 2021 by scott-orn

The Vaccine Tax Credit was a tax credit created under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), and was announced earlier this year by the President.

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What happens to my personal taxes if my employer switches to a PEO mid-year?

What happens to my personal taxes if my employer switches to a PEO mid-year?
Posted on Mon, 21 June 2021 by scott-orn

A question that comes up every now and then is “my employer changed to PEO, a professional employer organization, mid-year, how does that affect my personal taxes and  W2s?” The answer is, it is not that complex.

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Form 3921: Everything you need to know

Form 3921: Everything you need to know
Posted on Wed, 7 April 2021 by vanessa-kruze

Form 3921 is an IRS Form that reports the exercise of an employee Incentive Stock Option (ISOs).   Note that ISO’s can only be issued to startup employees, not contractors.

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Where Should Your Startup Incorporate

Where Should Your Startup Incorporate
Posted on Tue, 2 February 2021 by scott-orn

If you are a startup and you are going to get venture capital financing, you should consider incorporating out-of-state and become a Delaware C-corp. This means your initial incorporation happens in Delaware. There are a few reasons why you would want to do this and this article will discuss a few.

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Backsolve Method for Company Valuations

Backsolve Method for Company Valuations
Posted on Fri, 11 December 2020 by scott-orn

There are a number of approved methods that valuation firms use to create a 409A valuations. We’ll dig into one that is particularly important for startups - the Backsolve method.

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