Category: Payroll

Are You Ready for the New Overtime Rules?

On December 1, 2016 new overtime rules go into effect for salaried employees. Wait, salaried employees don’t get overtime, right? Not exactly, the previous rule stated that a salaried employee making more than $23,660 per year was exempt from overtime. However, the majority of salaried employees are hired at a higher annual salary than that… Read More »

Refining Your Filing

If you are like most small businesses, you have two sets of files going through March. Last year’s files are still in your cabinets and you’ve started creating this year’s files. For many the system is one that has been developed, changed, honed, tweaked, changed again, tweaked again, and again and again until you’ve found… Read More »

Get Ready… It Is Year End Again!

With 2016 just around the corner, and the holidays looming, you should be planning for year-end. Don’t you just love that phrase…”plan for year-end”. You hear it all over the place at this time of the year, on the news, from your accountant, on social media, but what does it really mean? What should you… Read More »

Are your Sub-Contractors Really Employees?

Hiring sub-contractors, also called 1099 contractors, independent contractors or even 1099 employees, can be beneficial to small businesses. These vendors can provide highly skilled services, can give your company flexibility in handling changes in work-flow, and there is the potential for cost savings over hiring an employee. However, it can also be quite detrimental if… Read More »