The 10 Tax Mistakes You Don’t Want to Make

September 6, 2016 Michelle Mire

You're wearing many hats, have a million balls in the air or your plate is very full. No matter which metaphor you choose, the truth is that as a small business owner, it's hard to do everything well. And, unless you're an accountant, the do-it-yourself approach to finances could have some serious consequences. 

In this guest post for the highly rated employee scheduling software and app, When I Work, we outline the 10 most common tax mistakes made by small businesses.

Learn how to keep your company from feeling the sting of financial penalties — like why you should keep your business and personal finances separate or why you should really have a good handle on payroll taxes. 

When I Work is the easiest way to schedule and communicate with your hourly employees, save tons of time and reduce absenteeism. Better yet, it's free for the first 30 days.

About the Author

Michelle Mire

Content guru and marketing co-conspirator at Wagepoint, Michelle is a professional writer with agency and corporate experience who is now diving into payroll. When away from the keyboard she spends time hiding chocolate from her children and attempting to escape for a morning run (to work off the chocolate).

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