Keeping Compliant

Keep your business compliant with federal and state regulations, so you can focus on building your business and growing your team.

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NYC Bans Asking Candidates About Pay History
POSTED ON April 13 IN Keeping Compliant
The New York City legislation will go into effect 180 days after Mayor Bill de Blasio signs off.
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What's a PEO? Time to Find Out!
POSTED ON March 14 IN Keeping Compliant
What is a PEO? A Professional Employer Organization can help growing businesses save on employee benefit costs and manage certain parts of HR and payroll.
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IRS Form 941: Know The Basics
POSTED ON January 25 IN Keeping Compliant
Let us take the complication of corporate taxes off your plate with our detailed, step-by-step instructions for Form 941.
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What Employers Should Know About DC’s Universal Paid Leave Act
POSTED ON January 24 IN Keeping Compliant
The D.C. council voted 9-4 for a paid leave plan covering up to 16 weeks of paid time off. But it hasn’t passed into law yet.
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IRS Form 940: Important Instructions for Employers
POSTED ON January 13 IN Keeping Compliant
What is FUTA and Form 940? When do I file and pay? Follow our guide to learn 940's purpose in ensuring all fees are paid to the federal government.
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Federal Contractors: Understand Which Government Regulations Apply to You
POSTED ON January 10 IN Keeping Compliant
Staying on top of federal contractor regulations is complicated. Here’s a basic primer on how to approach the task.
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The NY Dept. of Labor Has Passed New Salary Thresholds for Exempt Employees
POSTED ON December 22 IN Keeping Compliant
New York employers: Learn about the increased salary threshold for exempt employees in 2017 and beyond.
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Use Our Simple Checklist for Your Small Business’ End of Year Tasks
POSTED ON November 30 IN Keeping Compliant
Tax filing and paperwork are scary. This end of year checklist isn’t.
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A Federal Judge Halted the New Overtime Rule. What We Know
POSTED ON November 23 IN Keeping Compliant
The future of the U.S. Department of Labor’s new overtime rule, previously set to go into effect on December 1st, is now uncertain. Here’s what employers can do for now.