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Don’t Let Year End SMACK You in the Face…Get The Year End Master Checklist

It’s year-end, which means holiday parties, vacations and yes, managing W-2’s.


If you’re dreading the extra work, you are not alone.


Becoming an expert year-end planner just isn’t in the cards for everyone.


And let’s face it, one mistake could lead to costly reprinting of tax returns and W-2’s… or worse.

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The New I-9 is Here. Get Your Copy

Important Deadline: The New I-9 is Here… Get Your Copy

What’s new

The I-9 employment verification form was updated again in June.  The USCIS deadline for using the new form for all new hires is 9/18/17. Using the old form after the September deadline is considered out of compliance and could subject you to fines and penalties.


Here’s a link to the new form

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Get The New Employer Checklist for Payroll & HR

5 Foolproof Ways to Get Payroll & HR Started on the Right Foot



It’s probably a good idea to master the rules BEFORE hiring employees.


I mean we all get excited when our business is growing… and then we’re ecstatic when we can actually hire people to help with the load…


But the last thing you want to do is get caught up in the hoopla and get yourself in a payroll, tax or God forbid an HR dilemma.

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The 5 Big Lies of In-House Payroll

The 5 Big Lies of In-house Payroll

You have 3 employees lined up to see you, a looming deadline, and payroll is tomorrow…

Sound familiar?

Today business owners and managers wear multiple hats.  Days are filled with deadlines and meetings… and well, more meetings.

And while this can be stressful, the truth is… you can outsource a lot of your work.

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The 5 Most Common Employee On Boarding Mistakes

The 5 Most Common New Employee On Boarding Mistakes

We’ve all been there…

You just made a world class hire. The kind that gets the whole team excited.  Now it’s time to cement the hire and make a great first impression. And I’m not just talking about the cool work space and unlimited snacks in the kitchen.

You want your new first round draft choice to make it through day one with the same enthusiasm they showed in the interview.  This means smooth sailing through the on boarding process.

Of course, what it really means is deftly maneuvering the small mountain of new hire and benefits paperwork that faces every new employee. This comes in the form of legal requirements, including federal and state forms, handbooks, company policies, and job descriptions.

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