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5 Tips to Stay Up-to-Date With Changing Tax Laws and Rates

Keeping up with tax laws can feel like a full-time job in and of itself. Localities, states, and the federal government...

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4 Tips on How to Profit from Payroll Services

So, you’ve decided to start offering payroll services at your firm, eh? Good choice. But if you really want to profit...

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Scrapped DOL Rule? What to Tell Your Clients

If you’ve been keeping up on all-things Department of Labor (DOL), you probably know about the new independent...

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Unemployment Tax, Claims and Fraud

So, your client’s an employer, eh? If so, they need to familiarize themselves with all-things unemployment. You and...

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The 11 Payroll Forms Your Clients Must Know

As an accountant and trusted advisor, you know the oh-so many payroll forms that exist for employers. But, how much do...

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7 Things to Keep in Mind About Overtime

Here’s a large, scary number for you: $358,675. That’s how much one business had to pay 50 workers in back wages by...

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States End $300 Unemployment and Offers Bonuses

The Department of Labor's jobs report this month showed an additional 266,000 jobs were added in April and that the...

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Updated Tax Credits for Paid Sick Leave

As an accountant or bookkeeper, the amount of knowledge you need at your fingertips is staggering. Here is something...

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PPP Loans - Do You Have Stress or Relief?

PPP loans saved many businesses. And when the second round of PPP lending was announced, a lot of business owners...

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8 Common Payroll Mistakes You and Your Clients Must Avoid

Everybody makes mistakes. After all, it’s part of being human. Accountants and clients alike are susceptible to making...

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