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How many ways are there for you to electronically sign payroll returns that will allow your third party to e-file on your behalf? At least two, according to newly revised Forms 8879-EMP and 8453-EMP.
You’ve probably experienced back pain if you sit at a desk all day. The American College of Physicians has updated its guidelines on treating back pain.
Here's your monthly guide to critical payroll due dates.
Before you take the leap into PTOs, two private letter rulings from the IRS may temper your enthusiasm for them by dredging up the dreaded concept of constructive receipt.
Here are some questions to ask before you consign yourself to suffering day after day under a boring routine.
Gloria M. Adams, an admin working for the state of Texas, offers this original tip.
The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) has made five recommendations to the IRS on improving the Sec. 6672 assessment process. Bad news: The IRS has agreed to implement four of them. Bottom line: Expect more 100% penalty assessments
You’ve probably said “I’m so busy” more than a few times in your life. Consider whether you’re busy doing things that move your career forward vs. doing busywork that drains your energy.
Employees are always vested in the amounts they contribute into their 401(k) plan accounts on a pretax basis. The same isn’t true for employer matching contributions, which means that 401(k) plans must account for forfeitures when employees leave before they become vested.
Few people relish having a sensitive conversation at work, but they have to happen. No matter the specific subject matter, it’s essential that required information is conveyed clearly and tactfully.
Will this W-2 attract the IRS? ... Free legal services as a tax-free fringe benefit
Be more comfortable with saying “no.”
Laura Thornberry has worked as an executive assistant for more than 20 years, and after suffering a couple of layoffs, last year she launched Collaborative VA Partners, a virtual assistant company based in Sacramento, California.
Setting goals can be a good way to motivate yourself to work toward what you want, no question. But Stephanie Vozza, writing for Fast Company, wants you to hold on just a minute.
The IRS is a prodigious publisher. Here are digests of emails sent between IRS offices.
Here are three tips from some experts on reducing pre-vacation stress.
If you use one of the ACA’s affordability safe harbors, now is the time to determine whether your group plan meets the 2017 affordability standards.
Many teams are finding themselves saving email for longer correspondences or anything external. For other things, there’s Slack.
Nothing upsets your well-oiled Payroll machine more than the influx of summer hires and their paperwork. Instead of boiling under the collar, use these tips to tame the summer hiring process.
Your communications make an impression on others, so why not work to make those impressions positive? Here are some steps to consider when planning your communications.
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