Extra! Extra! Read all about it!
Breaking news just hot off the presses!
Business owners looking for a way to perk up their employees? Or perhaps you’re looking for a way to boost up morale in the workplace as the days get shorter, colder, and flu season runs rampant? Maybe you’re just looking for a way to celebrate the holidays not just with family but with your work family as well?
Have no fear, company holiday parties are not a thing of the past but are in fact the trend! Even better, these parties can be logged as an expense and deducted having been labeled something like employee benefit or employee appreciation.
What better way to have all your employees hang out and mingle in a less formal environment than to throw a company holiday party? Not only does it provide a chance for everyone in the office to chat, relax and catch up, but it also provides an opportunity for better company cohesion.
So if you’re looking for a way to get down with your employees, go get those sparkly lines of tinsel, those strings of lights that hopefully don’t have one faulty bulb, and whip out those Santa hats if you feel so inclined. Further, provide that hearty food everyone loves during the holiday season, break out the eggnog and assemble those party favors, for all these things can be business expenses.
From the staff at Accounting Outside the Box LLC