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The highest-paid TV actors by episode

on Nov 17, 2016 7:36:00 AM By | admin | 0 Comments |
As a payroll company, we like to dig a little deeper to uncover some of the most interesting facts relating to payroll. Ever wonder how much your favorite television actors get paid? We've ranked the top 5 highest-paid individual actors by episode and included some other interesting tid-bits.
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4 easy steps to hire an out-of-state employee

on Nov 15, 2016 2:42:08 PM By | admin | 0 Comments |
Whether you're a business that's just about to hire its first new out-of-state employee or a multi-state business that already employs workers in multiple states, we figured we'd create a simple step-by-step resource on the critical steps to hiring an employee that lives (and perhaps also works) and a state that's not the company's home state.
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New Jersey Ends Reciprocal Tax Agreement with Pennsylvania

on Nov 3, 2016 1:55:24 PM By | admin | 0 Comments |
New Jersey and Pennsylvania Income Tax Changes In September 2016, the governor of New Jersey ended a tax reciprocal agreement with Pennsylvania Effective January 1st, 2017. This 40-year-old agreement allowed workers who commute to pay income tax to the state where they live, rather than where they work.  
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Let's explore the payrolls of the Clinton and Trump campaigns

on Nov 3, 2016 9:41:32 AM By | admin | 0 Comments | Salaries Payroll
As a payroll company, we’re always interested in payroll-related data. This week, we decided to see how that applies to the payroll budgets and salaries of the Clinton and Trump campaigns in the 2016 Presidential Election. All of these salary facts addressed in this article are estimates based on the bi-weekly paychecks reported in FEC data. Major political campaigns are required by law to report operating expenditures, including salary and payroll, to the FEC.
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on Apr 11, 2016 11:00:48 AM By | admin | 0 Comments |
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Who Is Eligible For Overtime Pay?

on Mar 12, 2016 7:40:46 AM By | admin | 0 Comments |
If you are going to require or allow certain employees to work overtime, you need to know whether you are required to pay them overtime.
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Should You Offer Company Equity to Employees?

on Mar 11, 2016 7:40:15 AM By | admin | 0 Comments |
You know that offering a higher salary than your competitors can be very attractive to job candidates—but what if you can’t afford to one-up the competition? Is offering company equity to potential employees a valued alternative? And how much can it cost you down the road?
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Avoid These Common Workplace Violations

on Feb 19, 2016 1:58:53 PM By | admin | 0 Comments |
Employment law can be confusing for both the employee and the employer. Employees need to know that their rights are and what they’re entitled to—and employers need to know whether they are in violation of any of those rights. Do you know the ins and outs of vacation and comp time, overtime, and vacation time?
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Should You Invest in an HSA for Your Small Business?

on Feb 11, 2016 4:14:43 PM By | admin | 2 Comments |
Have you been trying to decide how best to offer cost-effective health insurance to your employees? Here’s a vote for the combination of a High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP) and a fully-funded Health Savings Account (HSA). Read on to find out how this can work for you.
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Benefit Trends for 2016: Part II

on Jan 29, 2016 4:03:23 PM By | admin | 0 Comments |
Earlier this month, we discussed four of the latest trends in benefits for 2016.
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