Insights

How commercial card creates efficiency for purchasing processes

Commercial card, a program that is sometimes called purchasing, travel or fleet card, has become a hot product as companies realize how it can create efficiencies within their organization.

The state’s new minimum wage law may cause employers to fret a bit

On July 1, California’s minimum wage increased to $9 per hour — but there are some related issues that could have a larger impact on businesses than the increase in wages.

Consider if you want to reorganize or liquidate when bankruptcy looms

Bankruptcy is a unique tool that companies can use to restructure their debt. If creditors are getting aggressive, a company may decide to file Chapter 7, but with Chapter 11, the officers, directors and investors believe there is a business worth saving and they can reorganize the company.

How your business is impacted by new ACA reporting requirements

There are a few new reporting requirements the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has created, but with the overwhelming amount of disparate information on the topic, many employers still have more questions than answers.

Why transferring your IRA into your 401(k) plan might be a smart move

The reverse rollover is a financial strategy that involves transferring your IRA assets into your company’s 401(k) plan. But if this is the first time you’ve heard of this approach, you’re not alone.