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If you perform a self-audit of your company’s pay policies, and an employee sues you for wage-and-hour violations, be aware that a court may compel you to provide your findings to the employees’ attorneys. However, there are steps you can take to minimize this possibility.
If you receive a Letter 3007C from the IRS informing you that your filing status was changed from annual to quarterly, and you’re already a quarterly filer, don’t fret.
Here's your monthly guide to critical payroll due dates.
Here are digests of some recently released official announcements from the IRS. Note: You may rely on official IRS announcements.
Here's a glimpse into corporate speaker and trainer Fred Kniggendorf's methodology for keeping the clock—and your co-workers—from stifling your productivity.
The U.S. Supreme Court ended its 2014-2015 term with two decisions that may influence your business operations. Here’s the scoop.
Q. What payment and deduction requirements does the Texas Payday Law include?
You are allowed to credit the state unemployment taxes you pay against your federal tax liability.
In honor of the impending beginning of another school year, and first-day school jitters everywhere, this chart summarizes states’ short-term leave laws. States that don’t have laws aren’t listed. In most cases, employees may substitute paid accrued leave for unpaid leave. To get the full story on state leave laws, contact your state labor department.
Productive people start their workdays with actions that will keep them productive throughout the day, writes Yong Kang Chan for Lifehack. Here are a few favorites.