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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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Use this worksheet to reconcile your four quarterly 941s and W-2s, so the amounts you report to the SSA and the IRS match.

The IRS’ standard mileage rate, which you can use to reimburse employees who drive their own cars on business, increases to 54.5¢ a mile for 2018, up one penny from the 2017 rate.

Here are digests of some recently released official announcements from the federal government.

Lisa Iannucci, writing at Travel Pulse, suggests these technology enhancements to make travel easier.

One S corp convinced the Tax Court that payments it made to its president and sole shareholder were loan repayments, and not wages. Warning: the IRS isn’t taking this sitting down.

Many people tend to put off the biggest and most difficult things so they can tackle the growing list of smaller items that pile up. If you’re having trouble prioritizing, here are three questions to ask yourself.

Here's your monthly guide to critical payroll due dates.

The root cause of many problems in the office is poor communication. The guaranteed solution to this problem is to work only with people who are telepathic—but since that isn’t a realistic option, here are some tips to improve your communication.

You probably think about W-2 security much more often than, say, your IT department does. Here’s what you and your IT department can do now to stop W-2 scammers from getting into your data.

Here are examples of the correct ways to use comprise, compose, and constitute.

To W-2 or not to W-2? ... Are unsubstantiated FSA reimbursements taxable?

Senate tax reform negotiators have begun incorporating some ACA repeal elements into the tax code rewrite. None of this has stopped the IRS from releasing key information regarding the ACA for the coming 1095 filing season and the 2018 plan year.

We all have to do things we don’t like sometimes—it’s part of life. But there are some stressors you can eliminate that will make your career and your life better.

Beginning Jan. 1, 2018, the minimum wage for nonexempts who work on or in connection with new federal contracts or replacements for expiring contracts, increases 15¢, to $10.35 an hour.

When something happens that causes your boss to lash out at you, consider your own role in causing the problem, Hannah Morgan writes at U.S. News & World Report. She offers four options for dealing with an outburst by your manager.

Passive-aggressive and cynical comments can make life miserable and exhaust you if you’re the target of them. Here’s how you can stay strong in the face of negativity.

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has announced that for technical reasons, employers need not report W-2, Box 1 data or hours worked data on the EEO-1.

A lot of recent advice says multitasking is a productivity killer. While that may be true for some, others seem to actually function best with multiple balls in the air. If giving up multitasking isn’t an option for you, heed these suggestions from career multitaskers.

Elves are employees; Santa is the one who has to worry about W-2s. You can still make elfin-like merry at the company’s holiday party, and have time to shop for presents, if you get these preholiday tasks out of the way now.

If you’re often consumed by negativity at work, it’s easy to blame the boss, co-workers or the organization for your feelings. However, it’s possible that your own mindset and emotions are actually causing your misery.

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