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Growing your business: Workforce tax considerations
How changes in employees, contractors and recruits affect tax planning
When businesses are growing, whether through acquisition or organically, there are always people considerations.
- Do you hire direct employees or use a more flexible contract workforce?
- Are you offering benefits that attract the right talent?
- How does a growing workforce affect your tax compliance requirements or hiring credit eligibility?
- Can you utilize business incentives to help train employees in the skills needed to achieve your business goals?
The answer to each of these questions has a corresponding effect on your business taxes. Contact our tax professionals for strategic advice related to workforce incentives, employment tax, global employer services, or compensation and benefits tax planning. See below for insights related to growing your workforce.
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