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According to a recent survey, 56% of small business owners administer their own payroll. Are they going through gyrations to save a few pennies, while ignoring risks that could cost them thousands of dollars?
I’ve run across several stories lately of companies getting tripped up by the overtime issue. It’s not always clear whether the company owners were deliberately trying to avoid paying overtime, but in a lot of cases it certainly seems suspicious.
According to the DOL, a NY property management company only paid employees straight time regardless of hours worked, by splitting their hours and writing checks from two different sister companies, or by paying in cash off the books.
Reportedly, Paradise Inn Hawaii LLC, doing business as the Tsukiji Fish Market in Honolulu, elected to take the tip credit when paying their wait staff, but then forced their tipped employees to share those tips with other back of the house workers who are not normally tipped.
There are many good reasons why smart businesses are taking their payroll processing to the cloud. Here are just four of them.
Our payroll expert, Jessica, offers a few tips to reduce your filing cabinet clutter while still ensuring you retain the documents you really need to have on hand for the government and legal compliance.
It’s getting close to that time of year again — the American Payroll Association’s National Payroll Week celebration will take place from September 1 through September 5, 2014. And as usual, in preparation for the event, they’re running their annual “Getting Paid in America” survey.
How can a time and attendance system help you save money on taxes? Read this article to find out…