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Blog May 2021

Changing Culture to Manage Future Disruptions

If the COVID-19 pandemic taught businesses anything, it is that resilience and agility matter. Companies that never thought about operating remotely were forced to...

Is Top Talent Planning To Leave Your Business?

Losing a talented employee is the last thing company leaders need as we begin picking up the strands of our pre-pandemic lives, but it is something they need to...

SMART Goals Achieve Brilliant Results

Effective goals can motivate your employees, improve performance and increase productivity by helping your employees focus on the right tasks. The best goals follow...

Want to Know What Your Employees Are Thinking? Ask Them

Employee engagement and retention are particularly hot topics, and businesses are rushing to support it by instituting changes simply because other companies are...

Health-Care Coverage as a Recruiting and Retention Tool

It is not news that the talent shortage is making employers think about ways to attract and retain exceptional talent. Offering a range of benefits is one such...

401(k) Plans: Know the Rules

If you offer a 401(k) plan — in any of its various flavors — to your employees, everyone should know the tax rules that govern them. Although the details can get...

What Is a Nondiscrimination Test?

A 401(k) is a special kind of plan, and it comes with special rules. Among those are nondiscrimination rules, which are designed to make sure your retirement plan...

Wondering How COBRA Works

Losing their jobs can be a big financial hit for employees, but losing health benefits can be catastrophic. But the U.S. government has passed the Consolidated...

Rethinking Your Employee Benefits Strategy

In the past, as long as you provided health insurance and retirement benefits, your benefits were considered competitive. Now, the pressure is on employers to...

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Does Workers' Compensation Cover Remote Employees?

The vast majority of states require employers to carry workers' compensation insurance, which helps pay lost wages, medical expenses, and rehabilitation costs for employees who are injured while doing a work-related activity.

The Tax Situation When You Have Employees

Once you have at least one person working for your business, you're an employer. Being an employer comes with a wide range of responsibilities, including withholding, depositing, and paying employment taxes.

Encourage Your Employees To Review Federal Withholding Each Year

The IRS says, "All taxpayers should review their federal withholding each year to make sure they're not having too little or too much tax withheld." However, employees may not be aware of the IRS' suggestion, which is why employers should tell them about it.

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