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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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Does breakfast at Tiffany’s come with a watch? ... How do we handle withholding without personal exemptions?

Jay Forte’s trick to get his clients thinking about what is and isn’t working.
When you’re going to be out of the office, it’s important to set up a good auto-reply to go out from your work email. Wired writer Christina Bonnington has some tips.
Verification of employment requests are not difficult to process, but you do need a formal system for responding to them.
The deductibility of costs incurred for company events, such as a Christmas party, is covered under tax code Sections 274(e)(1) and (e)(4), which the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act didn’t touch.

The IRS is a prodigious publisher. Here are digests of documents sent between IRS offices.

Marjorie M. Mauldin, president of Denver-based Executive Forum and the author of Feedback Revolution, shares these tips on what to do when you’re given the straight dope.
If typing at your desk job causes you to feel pain, stiffness, numbness, weakness and lack of circulation (coldness) in your hands and wrists, both on the job and afterward, how can you tell if it’s carpal tunnel syndrome or not?

Before spring fever sets in for real, why not clean up your payroll records? Careful: Be judicious in your culling; the IRS requires you to keep payroll records for at least four years after employees’ 1040s are due.

There has to be return on the investment made in an employee. Use the guidelines below to help your executive see the benefit of their support.

Do you ever find yourself explaining why you are late day after day to work, or anything else? You know that you need to make a change but all attempts you have previously made have been met with failure. So how do you stop this cycle of neverending tardiness?

Good leadership doesn’t mean that as a leader you should do all the talking. In fact, some of the best leaders do more listening than talking. Mark Deterding, writing at Lead Change Group, shares how you should practice listening to be a better leader.

It can be hard to sacrifice things you usually spend money on, but it can also be fun to cut back and watch the savings accumulate. Here are eight ways to save.

Three questions we asked your fellow admins.

It’s safe to say that company policy isn’t made in the Payroll Department. But the new tax credit for paid FMLA leave, enacted as part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, allows you to be the bridge between HR and corporate tax, and, in the process, raise your profile within the company.

Edward M. Hallowell, M.D., had to invent new terminology to better understand the new demands that our digital culture has created on our lives. See if you recognize these goblins that are hounding us in ways we never would have thought possible 25 years ago.

As if being liable for retaliating against an employee for filing discrimination charges wasn’t bad enough, a federal appeals court has ruled that an employer must also compensate the discriminated-against employee for the extra taxes that are due on a lump-sum back pay award by grossing it up.

Worrying can be exhausting after a while, so it’s important to learn how to manage it. Workplace writer Jessica Stillman offers these tips to help you.

We all know that a singular subject takes a singular verb and a plural subject takes a plural verb, but what about a compound subject?

The short-term government spending bill, signed Feb. 9, picks up some 401(k) provisions that were stripped from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, and provides more disaster relief to the victims of the California wildfires.

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