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Payroll Solutions For Small Business: Getting Started

According to the IRS, 6.8 million penalties totaling $4.5 billion were issued to employers for incorrect payroll tax filings in 2013. It is critical for small business owners to work with a payroll provider that offers a payroll tax compliance guarantee and will take responsibility for any penalties incurred. This benefit alone can provide enough cost savings to justify outsourcing payroll.

Topics: Payroll Business Advice

Payroll Laws: Do Employers Provide Enough Meals And Breaks?

As an employer, there are many rules you must follow regarding your employees. From fair pay to breaks during the workday, abiding by Oklahoma payroll laws is an important part of running a successful business. In this post, we will discuss some of the specific rules regarding meal breaks during the workday.

Topics: Payroll

Payroll Compliance Review: Tips Businesses Should Have Down By Now

You may think you know Payroll compliance review, but we're putting that to the test. Here are six things you thought you knew about this topic, but will probably take you by surprise.

Topics: Payroll Payroll accuracy

3 Helpful And Must-Know Payroll Compliance Items You Need To Focus On

The beginning of each year is a time for fresh beginnings, both personally and professionally.

It's also the ideal time to think about payroll compliance. If your business is like most small businesses, payroll compliance is one of your lowest priority issues, but failing to check-in with it at least once per year can cause headaches down the road. 

Here are three payroll compliance review steps you can take right now to make sure you're off to a good start in 2017.

Topics: Payroll

Revealing Tips To Optimize Employee Handbooks For Peak Performance

 

Let's face it, running a business is hard. When you run a small business, resources can be limited, especially without an HR department.

Employee handbooks are a vital part of every company, no matter how small, and the end of the year is a great time to make any necessary revisions.

With the New Year right around the corner, now is the time to review and update those handbooks.

Topics: Payroll HR