The Ultimate Guide to Get Your Business Ready for End of Year

The end of year can be a stressful time for you and your business. We feel your pain. We understand your frustrations. And we know how taxing — well, hopefully not too taxing!— this time of year can be. That’s why we wanted to help take some of the anxiety away. 

Guide

Staying on top of things in December can be rough. Accounting, taxes, benefits — which way do you turn?

This guide lays out all the essentials so you can handle year’s end with ease. Strapped for time? We’ve also included printable checklists so you can take care of the most important things first.

Specifically, we’ll show you how to get the following people and departments ready for end of year: 
 
- Employees
- Accounting
- Taxes
- Benefits
- Compliance
 
You should read this guide if you are:
 
- A small business owner who needs clarity when the year comes to a close
- An HR professional who wants guidance during end-of-year craziness

 

About the Author

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Humans aren’t resources. Gusto is fundamentally changing how the world works by empowering everyone to put people first. Gusto re-imagines payroll, benefits, HR, and personal finance by automating the most complicated, impersonal business tasks and making them simple and delightful. Gusto has offices in San Francisco and Denver and its investors include Google Capital, General Catalyst, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, and the founders of Instagram, Stripe, Nest, PayPal, Yelp, Dropbox, and Eventbrite, among others.