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Meeting deadlines is stressful when you’re running a business. Many small business owners are especially stressed when it comes to meeting IRS tax filing deadlines. Don’t you just wish you had a way to extend your filing due date? Cue Form 8809. What is Form 8809? Form 8809, Application for Extension of Time To File […]

The post Need a Filing Extension for W-2s, 1099s, and More? File Form 8809 appeared first on Payroll Tips, Training, and News.

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As a small business owner, you have the freedom to choose how to pay your employees. And with so many options, it can be difficult to make a decision. Before choosing between paying employees with direct deposit or pay card, weigh the pros and cons of each. Direct deposit or pay card? Before we jump […]

The post Direct Deposit or Pay Card? The Best Option for Your Small Business appeared first on Payroll Tips, Training, and News.

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Some businesses need on-call employees. But if you require employees to be available when they’re not working, should you pay them? Whether or not you must provide on-call pay depends on a few factors. If you’re not paying your employees while they’re on call, you might be violating FLSA hours worked, and thus overtime, rules. […]

The post When Do You Need to Provide On-call Pay? appeared first on Payroll Tips, Training, and News.

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Verifying your employees are authorized to work in the United States is one step of the new hire paperwork process. You must gather your employees’ names and Social Security numbers (SSNs) so you can fill out essential documents like payroll reports. But if an employee’s SSN and name don’t match the Social Security Administration’s (SSA’s) […]

The post The Return of the Social Security No-match Letter: What You Need to Know appeared first on Payroll Tips, Training, and News.

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Hiring salaried employees can eliminate some of the guesswork out of wage calculations. Typically, an employee earning a salary receives the same amount each pay period. But, what happens when an employee uses an unpaid day of work? In these situations, you must know how to prorate salary. What is a prorated salary? You pay […]

The post How to Prorate Salary in 4 Steps appeared first on Payroll Tips, Training, and News.

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However, becoming an employer comes with many additional responsibilities. If you’re ready to become an employer, you must know which steps to follow. 8 Steps for becoming an employer Use these eight steps to learn how to become an employer. 1. Find out state and local requirements Every state and locality has different rules for […]

The post 8 Steps to Follow When Becoming an Employer appeared first on Payroll Tips, Training, and News.

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Many employees—82% of them, to be exact—receive their wages via direct deposit. When you are deciding how to pay your employees, direct deposit likely comes to mind. However, not all employees want to receive their wages through direct deposit. Can you require mandatory direct deposit?  Brush up on federal and mandatory direct deposit by state […]

The post Can Employers Make Direct Deposit Mandatory? appeared first on Payroll Tips, Training, and News.

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As an employer, one of the biggest responsibilities you have is knowing which payroll forms to fill out. With so many forms out there, it can be difficult to know which apply to your business. Learn which IRS payroll forms your small business must file, due dates, and where to send each form. 9 IRS […]

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Do employers have to offer health insurance? Sometimes. And if you are required to offer health insurance, you need to send a 1095-C form to all full-time employees. If you’re unfamiliar with Form 1095-C and employer-sponsored health insurance requirements, you likely have questions like: What is a 1095-C form? How do I fill it out? […]

The post Your 1095-C Form Obligations, Explained appeared first on Payroll Tips, Training, and News.

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Bringing on top talent is tough. With nearly 3.5 million employees quitting their jobs per month, you might notice more candidates negotiating salary increase. Why? Because they can. Job seekers aren’t afraid to explore other options if you can’t provide the salary or benefits they want. Salary raise negotiation might make the difference between a […]

The post 4 Tips for Negotiating Salary Increase With Potential Employees appeared first on Payroll Tips, Training, and News.

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