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Payroll Tax Reporting Deadlines for 2018

Posted by Dana Spinello, CPA on Jan 16, 2018 9:00:00 AM

payroll tax deadlinesTax season doesn’t technically begin until the end of January for personal tax returns, but when you’re an employer, you have to pay attention to taxes much sooner. One of the most complicated jobs for business owners is managing the taxes withheld from employees. If you choose to run payroll yourself rather than outsourcing it to a PEO, you have to make sure federal taxes are deposited on time, especially because the IRS has increased the penalties for late filings.

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Topics: Payroll

4 Ways a Payroll Company or PEO Can Save You Time and Money

Posted by Celeste Gibson, FPC on Jan 9, 2018 9:00:00 AM

employer calculating overtimeAs a business owner, you may not have all the time it takes to focus on the details of payroll processing. Many employers choose to outsource payroll because they’re not experts on calculating overtime, paying employees who work across multiple states, or checking to make sure payroll taxes are paid and reported on time.

When you outsource payroll to a payroll company or PEO, it frees up your time to focus on the other responsibilities that come with running a business. Here are four ways a payroll company or PEO can save you time and money.

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Topics: Payroll

Learn How the New Tax Bill Could Alter Employee Benefits

Posted by David Peasall, VP, Benefits and Human Resources on Dec 28, 2017 11:00:00 AM

Last week’s passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act could cause some employers to revisit the benefits their company offers. That’s because the bill limits the tax deductions businesses can claim for certain employee benefits. Here’s a breakdown:

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Topics: Employee Benefits

What Employers Should Know About Payroll Changes for 2018

Posted by Celeste Gibson, FPC on Dec 19, 2017 9:00:00 AM

The New Year means new laws and updates to payroll requirements. Many of the changes will effect payroll taxes, income taxes and retirement benefits. Here are four payroll changes for 2018 that employers should know about.

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Topics: Payroll

Payroll Tax Deductions: An Explanation for Employers

Posted by Celeste Gibson, FPC on Dec 12, 2017 9:00:00 AM

If you handle payroll, you’ve probably heard the term “payroll tax deductions.” The law requires payroll taxes be withheld from an employee’s paycheck. Employers then remit those taxes to various tax agencies. This article is meant to help you better understand what to withhold from employee paychecks, what to do with what you collect and how to report it. Here are some examples:

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Topics: Payroll

[Webinar] Sexual Harassment: What You Need to Know to Protect Yourself and Your Employees

Posted by Christine Pahl, PHR on Dec 5, 2017 2:13:29 PM

Sexual harassment scandals are making headlines across the country. The list of those accused grows longer every day. While those in the news are mostly celebrities and politicians, sexual harassment situations can happen to any employer, regardless of size or industry. Take this opportunity to proactively prepare for – and hopefully avoid – costly lawsuits regarding harassment. Ways to do this include:

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Topics: Webinar

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