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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How the New Tax Law May Impact Your Small Business
POSTED ON January 24 IN Keeping Compliant
The recent passage of H.R. 1 (formerly known as the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act”) made changes to the tax code, many of which may affect your business.
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ITIN, SSN, or EIN Number – What's the Difference?
POSTED ON January 22 IN Keeping Compliant
We take a deep dive into what an SSN, ITIN, and EIN number is, and how each affects your employees' payroll.
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Part-Time or Temporary Worker – Employee or Independent Contractor?
POSTED ON January 5 IN Keeping Compliant
Making the correct distinction between an employee and independent contractor is critical — do you know the difference?
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Improperly Classifying Employees as Independent Contractors: What are the Penalties?
POSTED ON December 28 IN Keeping Compliant
Misclassifying employees as independent contractors is a serious issue that could cost your company money. Learn the penalties you need to avoid.
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Revisiting the NY Dept. of Labor 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 2018 and beyond.
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Contractor or Vendor: How Do Businesses Classify for Correct Payment?
POSTED ON December 14 IN Keeping Compliant
What’s the difference between a contractor and vendor, and how can your small business pay them correctly?
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Use Our Simple Checklist for Your Small Business’ End of Year Tasks
POSTED ON December 7 IN Keeping Compliant
Tax filings and paperwork are scary. This end of year checklist isn’t.
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A Starter Guide to Addressing Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
POSTED ON November 20 IN Keeping Compliant
For business owners who want to develop healthy companies, it’s crucial to take steps to address workplace harassment.
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New California Law Makes Additions to Required Harassment Training
POSTED ON November 13 IN Keeping Compliant
California companies with 50 or more employees will need to add a new component to their harassment training, effective January 1, 2018.