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Office Management

Who’s there to organize the office organizer? Business Management Daily helps admins with dealing with bosses, records retention, and other key tasks.

We provide thousands of articles to help admins and office management staff through better meeting management, improved time management, and much more.

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Q: An exempt employee will be paid to photograph the company’s annual charitable 10K run. HR would like Accounts Payable to handle it through a separate check, so no taxes would come out of the payment. This doesn’t sound right to Payroll. Who’s right?
Your relationship with your boss can be good, bad or somewhere in between. Knowing the signs of a dysfunctional relationship can help you decide whether it’s worth working on or if you should just move on, career consultant Jennifer Winter writes.

Innovation doesn’t have to come only from isolated geniuses who tinker on sprawling campuses where the name of the company is mown into the lawn. But to get bold ideas, it's time to get audacious.

Q: If an exempt employee works for two hours one day, must we pay her for a full day, or can we require her to use her paid time off? What if she doesn’t come in at all for a day—must she still receive her full salary, or can we dock her pay for the day? We don’t allow employees to borrow PTO from the next year’s allotment.

More than 75% of the intensive line-by-line payroll returns audited under the IRS’ National Research Program have been completed, according to IRS spokesperson Paul Carlino. Interim findings reveal issues with executive compensation and Form 1099-MISC.

The U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark Windsor decision striking down Section 3 of the federal Defense of Marriage Act left who can marry whom up to the states. Well, maybe not, as lawsuits contesting bans on same-sex marriage continue to mount. Here’s where things stand.
Just a few months into the year and you’re already playing catch-up? It’s not too late to make 2014 the year you start successfully managing your schedule. Here are five tips from time management expert Patricia Hutchings.
Drop a tax return in the mail on the day it’s due and it’s considered timely filed, under the IRS’ timely-mailing-is-timely-filing rule. But you must still have proof that you mailed it—a registered or certified mail receipt, for example. A taxpayer who couldn’t present a receipt was out of luck for his refund, ruled a federal appeals court.
A common question: Is the value of accrued vacation time due to a terminating employee? Here's a chart summarizing state vacation pay laws.
If you’re a client of a payroll service bureau or reporting agent, the IRS will provide you with an inquiry PIN. Inquiry PINs allow you to track your tax accounts so you can keep tabs on your third-party provider’s activities. Keeping tabs on your third-party provider is crucial.
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