Blog Posts in Small Business

With the start of each new year come changes in how we pay taxes. Some years, the changes affect employer payroll departments. 2020 is one of those years. There are numerous changes at both the federal and state levels that companies should be aware...Read more
Payroll taxes are part of life. They are also mandatory for companies with employees. Both federal and state taxing authorities expect companies to comply with the law regarding payroll deductions, employer contributions, tax pays, etc. Failure to...Read more
Leadership training is all the rage these days. Companies collectively invest millions of dollars under the assumption that training will increase productivity, generate higher revenues, and create a market leader out of a company that has been a...Read more
Data suggests that wages will have grown in 2019, albeit just slightly above 2018's growth. If predictions hold, employees should receive pay increases 0.1% higher in 2020 when compared to 2019. Some of the projected increase has to do with higher...Read more
This past year has been a particularly good year on many fronts. The economy is roaring, unemployment is low, and businesses are investing in themselves. With all the good news comes greater productivity and the need to hire more employees. That...Read more
It is that time of year again when we begin prognosticating about what is coming down the workplace pike in the next 12 months. Every year we look for new trends that dictate what the workplace will look like across America. What we see coming in...Read more
We are rapidly approaching that time of year often considered the busiest for payroll and HR. From the first part of December through the end of January, payroll and HR departments have a ton of work to tackle. Year-end compliance is at the center...Read more