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If you’re worried about someone stealing your computer, then we have a solution. Like a transmitter placed in your car, you can install software that “calls” a monitoring center when a thief logs on to the Internet or a phone line. The criminal won’t know it, but the hidden software records the originating phone number and even provides a map to the crook’s house. Other antitheft programs alert a monitor if a faulty password is entered. Examples of software products: CyberAngel Standard (http://www.sentryinc.com), CompuTrace (http://www.computrace.com) and Alert PC (http://www.alertpc.com).
If you handle payroll compliance, beware: As other tax revenue sources dry up, the IRS is hiring 700 new revenue agents whose only job will be to hunt down payroll-law violations. That means intense new scrutiny of your W-2s, 1099s, 1095s and other payroll tax reporting compliance....Click here to find out more.