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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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Panicky phone calls to the Payroll department from employees who lost their original W-2s are about as predictable as the sun rising in the east. Here are some tips for controlling the re­­issued W-2 process.
These days you can choose a note-taking tool that fits your work style. Consider these options from members of the Young Entrepreneur Council.
The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration has reported that during the 2011 tax year, 285,670 EINs were stolen or fraudulently used to claim income tax refunds totaling more than $2.25 billion. TIGTA also estimated that the IRS could issue $11.4 billion in tax refunds over the next five years due to EIN fraud.
The IRS has been busy adding to its regulatory agenda. Here’s the latest news from the regulations front.
W-2s are filed with the Social Security Administration in winter. Corrections, which are made on Form W-2c, begin immediately thereafter. The earlier you fix errors on your W-2s, the less likely it is you’ll be penalized by the IRS.
Let no one tell you that a coffee meeting must end in a caffeine-dazed, unproductive parting of ways. In fact, 99u’s Sean Blanda writes that a coffee meeting can be a power­­ful way to make a connection and accomplish some real work. The catch is you have to mean business.
Behind every great leader is a great executive assistant. Rachel Feintzeig of The Wall Street Journal took a look at some prestigious executive assistants and how they help their high-profile bosses succeed.
It's almost inevitable that some employees will misplace their original W-2 statements. Here's a sample form employees can use to request a reissued W-2.
If you’re located in only one state, you never have to worry about withholding another state’s income taxes or applying another locality’s paid sick leave law, right? Not necessarily. It’s possible that you’ve become an interstate employer without knowing it.
Breathe a little easier if you have a cafeteria plan that, after the demise of the federal Defense of Marriage Act and before the IRS released guidance, allowed same-sex married employees to cover their spouses’ health insurance on a pretax basis or allowed them to seek reimbursement from health or dependent care flexible spending accounts.
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