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The staff meeting’s finally breaking up and you’re eager to dart away. Not so fast. If you flee too quickly, you may miss the debriefing that tends to occur after a formal meeting ends. Your colleagues may privately agree to modify or disregard action plans they made earlier. Or they may raise additional points that affect the outcome of key projects. Play it safe and linger a bit until most folks head their separate ways.
Payroll tax audits are increasing at both the state and federal levels. And the IRS has launched what experts are calling "the most significant audit initiative in decades” aimed at fringe benefits, exec comp and payroll taxes. Are you prepared to receive an audit letter? Do you know what triggers an audit … and how to avoid one in the first place?...Click here to find out more.