Independent Contractors—How to Classify Workers

If you hire contractors for your business, you should review the list of determining factors provided by the IRS to help you classify workers either as employees or independent contractors. When reviewing the checklist, the IRS will make its decision on the whole picture of the professional relationship, not just a single factor. For more information on classifying workers, read this C.P.A. Insight.

Income Portfolios

  At Henssler Financial, we have established our Henssler Model Portfolio, which is a mix of our recommended high quality, individual common stocks. Our Model generally yields between 1.5% and 2% in terms of dividends. Over the years, we have also created a couple of income portfolios, one that has a higher current yield with…

Qualified Long-Term Care Insurance—An Available Option for Employer-Provided Health Plans

Those who are self-employed, partners in a partnership or LLC and 2% or more shareholders in an S corporation can likely add a tax deductible long-term care insurance policies to their health insurance benefits program. For more information on the IRS’ requirements for the policy to be qualified for favorable tax treatment, read this C.P.A. Insight.