As your business grows, so do your responsibilities as a business owner. Once you have 20 full-time equivalent employees and offer health insurance, you need to know about COBRA. What is COBRA? Do you have to offer it? Read on to get answers to these questions and more.Read More COBRA Health Insurance—Do You Need to Offer It?
7 Payroll Reports Employers Need to File
When it comes to running payroll, you have a lot of things to mark off on your to-do list. From gathering timesheets to distributing pay stubs, there can be a lot of steps that go into paying your employees. But after you pay employees, your payroll checklist isn’t finished just yet. You also need to […]
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When an employee comes to you to request time off, you may start asking yourself what kinds of leave you should offer. Perhaps you have a paid time off (PTO) policy. Or maybe your state has paid sick leave laws you must follow. You may also need to provide Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) leave […]Read More An Employer’s Ultimate Resource to Intermittent Leave
When you run a business, the word taxes might fill you with dread—especially if you have employees. You pay some employment taxes (e.g., unemployment), while others are taxes you deduct from your employees’ wages and pay on their behalf. One of the taxes you must withhold is federal income tax. So, what is it, and […]Read More The Employer’s Guide to Federal Income Tax Withholding
When an employee needs to take time off, you may start asking what you need to do as an employer. What are the different types of leave? Do you need to offer FMLA leave? What about PFL? Or, does the FFCRA come into play? With so many different laws (and acronyms!) about sick leave, your […]Read More FMLA vs. PFL vs. FFCRA: Different Types of Leave for Your Employees
Notice something fishy about an unemployment claim that you receive? If so, one of your employees might have fallen victim to unemployment fraud … which means you could, too.Read More A Rise in Unemployment Fraud Requires Quick Employer Action
When you hire an employee, you need to have them fill out new hire paperwork. One form you must have new employees fill out and keep in your records is Form W-4. So, what is a W-4 form? What is the purpose of Form W-4? Read on to find out the answers to these W-4 […]Read More What Is a W-4 Form, and What Is it Used for?
As an employer, you’re responsible for collecting certain forms from new hires, like Form I-9. Form I-9 is a form that confirms your employees are legally allowed to work in the U.S. To help confirm the eligibility of your new employees, you can use E-Verify. So, what is E-Verify exactly?Read More What Is E-Verify, and How Do You Use it?
The closer summer gets, the more teens begin looking for jobs—and, they might be applying to work for you. The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) sets specific rules for hiring teens and children. Know the minor employment laws before you take on a minor employee. To learn more about the labor laws for minors seeking […]Read More Hiring Teens This Summer? Here’s Your Homework on Labor Laws for Minors
After submitting Form 3508, Form 3508EZ, Form 3508S, or a lender equivalent, you wait for a verdict. Will your Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan be fully, partially, or not at all forgiven? If you’re not happy with the result, you may be able to submit a PPP loan appeal.Read More Unhappy With Your PPP Forgiveness Outcome? Here’s How to File a PPP Loan Appeal