Office Management

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Efficiency. It’s something every admin and every office strives for, but few master completely. Although sometimes touted as nothing more than a business buzzword, there is a secret to attaining this seemingly pie-in-the-sky goal: effective systems.

Will the IRS ever be finished with clarifying how health reimbursement arrangements fit into the Affordable Care Act? Maybe, but not anytime soon.
Your boss has a lot of say over your job, but what happens when you’re pretty sure you know better?
Payroll administrators, get ready to supply wage and hour data and W-2 data to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on Form EEO-1.
Mother’s Day, college graduations, tough payroll questions. Just par for the course, really.

If you use the Affordable Care Act’s third affordability safe harbor, group health benefits are affordable if employees’ monthly premiums for self-only coverage for the lowest cost plan don’t exceed 9.66% of the federal poverty line divided by 12.

Check out this cartoon as a manager tries to explain how he views asking for help.

Here are digests of some recently released official announcements from the IRS.

Poor recordkeeping could cause court backlog in NYC.
Never give the IRS a choice about how to calculate penalties.