Posts Tagged ‘payroll taxes’

Part-Time CFO and Financial Vision

It is very common that resources of a small company are stretched. As a result, things like good financial information get overlooked. Too often this neglect leads to unnecessary pain. But there is a solution that is effective and affordable. The underlying issue is one of having the Read the rest of this entry »

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When 40 Hours is Enough

I recently read and article by Jessica Stillman in Inc. magazine entitled, Why Working More Than 40 Hours a Week is Useless. A link to the article was posted to Linked In. Let me just say up front that I agree with her general consensus on the 40 workweek which is based on multiple studies from the 1930s forward. I would like to add a few additional things to consider. Read the rest of this entry »

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Independent Contractors – Know the Rules

Businesses are always looking for ways to save money and should be. Unfortunately they often choose a method that may come back to haunt them.

So You Want to Give Employees a Break?

Years ago I was joined a company that paid some of its employees a draw and commissions on top of that. For this they were treated as employees and the applicable taxes deducted and remitted along with the company’s portion of taxes. However, this company also Read the rest of this entry »

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Payroll – Avoid the Pain

You’ve probably heard someone say about a task they needed to do, “I’d rather have a root canal.” Unfortunately, for many companies that is how the payroll process is viewed. It doesn’t have to be that way.

A Critical Question

Why are you in business? Unless you are a payroll company, it is doubtful you said, “We’re in business to process payroll.” No, in fact payroll is probably viewed as Read the rest of this entry »

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