Office Management

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Improve your relationship with your boss by finding out how he or she prefers to work. How do you determine his or her preferences?
Better manage your task list and save time by converting emails to tasks. Microsoft Outlook and the Touchdown app both offer conversion features.
If you allow multitasking during meetings, you are not encouraging employees to stay focused and engaged. Hold more productive meetings with these tips:
This is your monthly guide to critical payroll due dates.
You can finally make the Affordable Care Act work for you. Newly proposed COBRA regulations update the model COBRA notices to expand the discussion of the individual Health Insurance Marketplace exchanges, through which COBRA-eligible employees may, instead, buy individual policies.
The IRS has announced the 2015 inflation-adjusted figures for health savings accounts (HSAs) and high-deductible health plans (HDHPs).

The SSA retired its letter forwarding program for good on May 19, 2014. The IRS retired its routine letter forwarding program in 2012. The end of these two programs may put you in a bind if you need to contact former employees about final checks or 401(k) plan distributions and you don’t have their current addresses.

Health flexible spending accounts and health savings accounts, which complement employees’ major medical coverage, are key elements of many cafeteria plans. In two legal memoranda, the IRS details how corrections to FSA reimbursements should be made and how the new FSA rollover rule impacts employees’ eligibility for HSAs.
The Social Security Administration’s (SSA) Mark Ruley, speaking at the American Payroll Association’s 32nd Annual Congress in May, highlighted imminent changes at the SSA that will affect your 2014 wage reporting.
Q: Employees who are paid with paycards may incur fees for withdrawing cash from ATMs and other services. State legislation has been proposed that would require employers to reimburse those fees. Would the reimbursements be considered taxable wages?
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