Restaurants Care Resilience Fund

April 21, 2021By Jean Hagan

Jean Hagan, Principal, serves on the Board of the California Restaurant Association Foundation. She is excited to share that in addition to funding employees’ needs through Restaurants Care, they have also been able to create a resilience fund for restauranteurs now. Through some major funding from SoCal Gas, PG&E, and SDG&E, they have been able Read the full article…

Escheating Uncashed Payroll Checks

December 7, 2020By Jean Hagan

With all the different issues restaurants are facing in the COVID-19 environment, we still have a handful of ongoing issues that always need to be addressed at the end of the year. Escheating uncashed payroll checks to the State of California is one of the oldest, time-consuming procedures restaurateurs must conform to every year. Escheating Read the full article…

Restaurant Update: Into the Great Beyond

April 9, 2020By Jean Hagan

As discussions about the success of flattening the curve of the pandemic are encouraging everyone that we will get through this eventually, now the page turns to how do we get reopened and get our businesses back up and operating. The first thing everyone has to do is recognize that the restaurant industry after this Read the full article…

Mid-Year Tip Check

August 5, 2019By Jean Hagan

It’s time to do a short analysis of your status, regarding tip reporting. The annual filing form 8027 for tipping establishments is calculated on an annual basis-reported to the IRS in February. A mid-year tip check gives you some time to correct any issues you may have with individual employees or your employee group. As Read the full article…

Year End Updates

December 4, 2018By Jean Hagan

As the year ends, we need to review some of the changes coming in January 2019. Please see below for a short summary of the issues that affect the restaurant industry in California. Minimum Wage Increase at State Level Current for unincorporated areas of Los Angeles City, Los Angeles County, Malibu, and Santa Monica minimum Read the full article…