— Main Menu —
- Community Involvement
- Audits & Reviews
- Tax Strategies & Filings
- Accounting (CAS)
- High Net Worth Individuals
- Privately Held Companies
- Exit & Succession Planning
- John W. Weingardt, CPA
- Michael A. Potter, CPA
- Principal Emeritus – Gino Johnson, CPA
- PSW Team
- Working at PSW
- Experienced CPA
- Send Your Resume
Audits & Reviews
Tax Strategies & Filings
High Net Worth Individuals
Privately Held Companies
Exit & Succession Planning
John W. Weingardt, CPA
Michael A. Potter, CPA
Principal Emeritus – Gino Johnson, CPA
Working at PSW
Send Your Resume
Infrastructure law sunsets Employee Retention Credit early
The sun has set on the valuable Employee Retention Credit. Here’s what happened.
Keeping remote sales sharp in the new normal
Sales calls sure aren’t what they used to be. Here’s how businesses can stay on track with the ongoing trend toward digital interactions in the sales process.
Look at your employee handbook with fresh eyes
Has your business changed its policies or procedures during the COVID-19 pandemic? Probably so. Make sure your employee handbook accurately reflects these changes.
Working in the gig economy results in tax obligations
The pandemic has caused some people to turn to “gig” work to make up for lost income. Here are the tax consequences of taking on these jobs.
The Restaurant Revitalization Fund is now live
If your business is a restaurant or anything like one, you may qualify for funding under the just-launched Restaurant Revitalization Fund. But you’ve got to act soon.
Is your wellness program built on a solid foundation?
The COVID-19 pandemic has emphasized the importance of self-care. In response, businesses are building or rebuilding employee wellness programs.
Unemployed last year? Buying health insurance this year? You may benefit from favorable new changes
Many tax changes have been enacted recently to help mitigate the financial damage caused by COVID-19. They may affect you if you collected unemployment last year or if you buy health insurance through a “Marketplace.”
Providing optimal IT support for remote employees
The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the trend toward allowing employees to telecommute. In turn, effective IT support has become an important contributor to profitability.
EIDL loans, restaurant grants offer relief to struggling small businesses
Could your small business or restaurant use a tax-advantaged loan from the Small Business Administration? A recently passed COVID-relief act offers a couple of intriguing options.
COBRA provisions play critical role in COVID-19 relief law
For business owners, the American Rescue Plan Act contains many provisions of interest. Companies that must provide COBRA coverage should read up on the new 100% subsidy.
CLICK HERE TO PAY ONLINE
Peachin Schwartz & Weingardt P.C.
9775 Crosspoint Blvd, Suite 100 Indianapolis, IN 46256