End Of the Year Insight from Paychex

November 7, 2012By KROST

Are you prepared for the end of the year? Paychex gives a company compliance checklist to advocate being more prepared for end-of-year taxes. Confirm employee name and address list. Report employee changes to your payroll provider by the assigned due date. Ensure that you have the necessary federal and state withholding forms available when reporting … Read More

Urbane Cafe

November 7, 2012By KROST

Tom Holt, Motorcross Racer turned Restaurant Owner, made a unique career move after his racing career. Learn more about Tom as he shares his life story with KROST. You started out as a Motorcross Racer – how did you end up in the restaurant business? When I got done racing I went back to college … Read More

Workers Compensation Changes for 2013

November 7, 2012By KROST

On Sept. 18, 2012, Governor Jerry Brown signed into law significant changes to the California workers’ compensation system, which will take effect on Jan. 1, 2013. The legislation was supported by both Democrats and Republicans and is intended to benefit employers and employees in California by reducing costs, increasing benefits and improving the system overall. … Read More

Cas Findlay Completes 3-Day, 50-mile Walk in Support for Multiple Sclerosis

October 18, 2012By KROST

October 16, 2012 – Cas Findlay, Audit & Assurance Services Manager of KROST finished her 3-day, 50-mile walk for National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Congratulations and thank you for bringing awareness! About Cas Findlay: Cas has been with Krost Guerrero since February 2008. She is currently responsible for the management and supervision of audit and review … Read More

Cas Findlay is Supporting the National MS Society

August 30, 2012By KROST

We are pleased to announce that Cas Findlay, Audit & Assurance Services Manager of KROST will be participating in the National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s 3-day, 50-mile walk from Sept 21st to 23rd. She has done a remarkable job fundraising and exceeding her goal by more than 20%. Congratulations Cas! We salute you for bringing awareness … Read More

Western Foodservice Expo 2012

August 15, 2012By KROST

We would like to thank you for attending the Western Foodservice in Anaheim. Greg Kniss presented on “Strategies to Increase your bottom line & other hot topics” and Jean Hagan had great conversations with several restaurateurs at our booth.

Strategies to Increase Your Bottom Line & Other Hot Topics

August 10, 2012By KROST

Gregory Kniss, Principal at KROST will be presenting an informative session titled, “Strategies to Increase Your Bottom Line & Other Hot Topics” at the Western Foodservice & Hospitality Expo on Sunday, August 12. He will discuss the economy, growth opportunities and serve valuable management and operational tips. His session will cover everything from staffing to … Read More

Tax Versus GAAP Bases of Accounting

July 12, 2012By KROST

Many small business owners maintain their accounting records on the income tax basis of accounting. However, many small business owners are not clear on (i) the reason the income tax basis was selected, or (ii) how the income tax basis of accounting differs from generally accepted accounting principles (“GAAP”). The difference between the income tax … Read More

What “Obamacare” Means For Employers

July 12, 2012By KROST

With the Supreme Court ruling that the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is constitutional, many are now beginning to examine exactly what the law means and the new obligations it creates for employers. Below is only a general outline of the major portions of the law’s new requirements on employers, and employers are urged … Read More

NLRB Weighs In Again on Employer Social Media Policies

July 12, 2012By KROST

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) continues to weigh in on social media. The Acting General Counsel of the NLRB has issued the third in a series of reports on the alleged negative effects of social media policies on employee organizing rights under Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act. In the two prior … Read More