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5 Payroll Tax Changes to Know in 2020

Posted by Dana Spinello, CPA on Feb 17, 2020 1:25:00 PM

Numerous payroll changes are taking effect in 2020, and if they aren’t done correctly, they’ll be a big headache for your business. As a standard, an employee’s paycheck consists of federal income tax, Social Security and Medicare.

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Topics: Payroll, payroll tax

FrankCrum 2019 Year in Review

Posted by Angie Garcia on Feb 11, 2020 8:43:28 AM

Our personal touch is one of the hallmarks of FrankCrum. In 2019 our team of experts handled over 5,000 FrankAdvice cases, we added several new positions, made substantial investments in technology and much more. See our year in review in the infographic below.

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What is a pre-employment background check?

Posted by Nannette Madera, PHR on Jan 31, 2020 2:15:35 PM

If you’re wondering whether to conduct a pre-employment background check before hiring a candidate, the answer is YES.

A pre-employment background check is a step in the hiring process that companies use to verify that a candidate is who they claim to be. It provides an opportunity for the person's criminal record, education, employment history, and more to be reviewed.

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Topics: PEO Services

Is the Minimum Wage Going Up in 2020?

Posted by Haley Crum on Jan 14, 2020 10:00:00 AM

The federal minimum wage has been set at $7.25 since 2009. But is minimum wage going up this year after holding firm for over a decade? We’ve heard a lot about wage stagnation in the media lately. It’s part of presidential candidate stump speeches. It’s part of social commentary as movements like “Fight for $15” gain global notoriety. It’s part of state government and Congressional debates. And it’s part of corporate conversations as companies decide how to balance profits, labor and resources.

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Topics: minimum wage

The W-4 Gets a Makeover after 30+ Years

Posted by Dana Spinello, CPA on Dec 19, 2019 10:00:30 AM

 

The last major redesign of the Form W-4 occurred in 1987 – over 30 years ago.  When updates became necessary due to changes from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, the I.R.S. used the opportunity to overhaul the form and address ongoing concerns about its complexity and inaccurate withholding results.

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Topics: Human Resources, new W-4 form

[Webinar] Are You Ready for the New DOL Ruling?

Posted by Tonya Fletcher SPHR, SHRM-SCP on Nov 14, 2019 9:30:00 AM

You are cordially invited to join FrankCrum for our free ongoing webinar series, which provides great tips for better business practices. This is your invitation to attend our next webinar, "Are You Ready for the New DOL Ruling?"

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Topics: Webinar

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