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Office Management

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Here are three tips from some experts on reducing pre-vacation stress.
If you use one of the ACA’s affordability safe harbors, now is the time to determine whether your group plan meets the 2017 affordability standards.
Many teams are finding themselves saving email for longer correspondences or anything external. For other things, there’s Slack.
Nothing upsets your well-oiled Payroll machine more than the influx of summer hires and their paperwork. Instead of boiling under the collar, use these tips to tame the summer hiring process.
Your communications make an impression on others, so why not work to make those impressions positive? Here are some steps to consider when planning your communications.
Jacqueline Whitmore offers this advice for bringing some levity to the office.
Even children who work in the family business must have their time recorded on time sheets. What’s more, those time sheets must be credible, if you want to take a salary deduction for the wages you’ll pay your kids this summer.
Maya Hu-Chan offers these tips to take some of the stress out of flying and help you feel more refreshed when you land.
The IRS has issued a final revenue procedure that covers how to obtain employees’ consent before you refund overwithheld FICA taxes to them.
Colons are most often used when introducing a list, and their primary function is to tell the reader that more information is on its way.
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