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31, January

Top 10 Payroll Mistakes You're Probably Making

Do you count gift cards given to employees as cash payments? Have a system for easy reimbursement for taxes when an employee is overpaid? Treat vendor payments as payroll before you receive a Form W-9? If you don't, you could be looking at serious fines from the IRS. Avoid these 10 common payroll and bookkeeping mistakes that small business owners tend to make.

1. Failure to Issue Form 1099 Correctly

Form 1099 should be issued to independent contractors and vendors who provide your business with over $600 in services. Failing to do so could lead to steep penalties.

20, October

The Iron Clad Argument for Using Time Tracking for Salaried Employees


Asking employees to report how much time they are spending on each project can signifigantly increase.

2, October

Employee Attendance Tracking and Payroll: What Every Business Owner Needs to Know


It's difficult to keep track of employees and their time spent on the job, more so if your operations span the.

26, December

Year-End Payroll Timing: Deadlines and Payment Scheduling

Author : Kris Merritt
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As the end of the year approaches, it's important to be ready for your final payroll. Here's how to handle the.
1, June

What Growing Businesses Need to Know About Employment Taxes

Hiring your first employee (or finally giving the founders an actual paycheck) is an exciting step in a business..

3, December

The Affordable Care Act and Payroll

Author : Kris Merritt
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Avoid substantial penalties this year! We advised our clients several times throughout the year, with reminders and.

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