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You get a two-day reprieve for filing your first-quarter Form 941—instead of the regular April 30 due date—forms are due on May 2, 2016. Here are some tips for completing your 941 forms. 
Thanks to the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes Act of 2015, small startup businesses now qualify for the research and development tax credit.
If you use commercial payroll software, beware.
No doubt, 2016 will be the most challenging year-end season in a long time.
This month’s chart lists states’ annual wage reconciliation and 1099 filing deadlines.
Below are the meeting behaviors people find most annoying, according to a study. Are you guilty of committing or condoning any of them?

You must provide all employees easy access to their pay records. It’s not enough to tell workers they can log in from a computer at home or elsewhere. Give them a place at work where they can easily and quickly check their pay.

Although most organizations have specific policies on paid leave, they can't tell a supervisor how to respond to every leave request employees make...
The NCAA basketball tournament starts this week, which means plenty of your copier paper will soon be burned up to make bracket betting sheets. But, are there downsides to March Madness?

With everything that’s at stake in today’s challenging times, it’s no wonder that employers prize accurate minute-taking skills more than ever before. Minutes serve as a permanent record of what was decided, what actions must be taken, who must take them and when. Administrative expert Patricia Robb provides answers to some important minute-taking questions.