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  • PEO

    The Advantages of Partnering with a Professional Employer Organization

    It’s not at all uncommon for small business owners to feel like they are drowning in the every day nitty-gritty work of paying bills, hiring employees, training staff, etc. When is there extra time to focus on the main objective -- trying to grow the business and succeed?

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  • Litigation

    Termination Litigation – How To Avoid An Unwanted Lawsuit

    Inevitably there will come a time in which your company has to terminate an employee due to layoffs or personal performance.  It’s not an enjoyable aspect of business. With termination comes the possibility the employee will file a lawsuit against their previous employer for some reason they see as viable.

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  • Bank

    5 Reasons Why Small Business Owners Should Consider Business Bank Accounts

    If you are an entrepreneur at heart or are gearing up to start your own company, have you considered how you are going to handle your finances? Financial Institutes, such as banks and credit unions alike, are hungry for start up companies who may be interested in a business bank account.

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  • Restaurant Owner

    IRS Changes Restaurants’ Automatic Gratuity Practice

    In January 2014, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) changed the way automatic gratuity is handled in that tips automatically included on a customer’s bill is now considered a service charge. This “service charge” is handled as a wage, rather than a tip, for tax purposes. There will be a significant penalty to those restaurant owners who do not follow this new policy accurately.  

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  • State Ranking

    See How Your State Ranks for Payroll and Employment Tax Compliance

    Several weeks ago, we touched on the topic of HR managers acting as an employer's in-house tax collector. More than ever, HR departments are responsible for understanding and complying with very detailed, complex state and federal tax regulations for payroll processing.

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  • Writing

    How ACA Changed Health Insurance Enrollment

    On March 31, 2014, open enrollment under the new health insurance exchange came to a halt. As it is the first year to integrate this new enrollment system for health insurance, there is much to learn, review and revise. In the article, 

    "Five Ways Healthcare Enrollment Will Be Different After March 31," via ConnectedHealth, here are five conclusions drawn from immediate observations.

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  • Doctor Visit

    "Planning" A Visit To The Doctor? Not as Crazy as You Might Think

    New year, new benefits, new doctors, new rules. When it comes time to make that doctor appointment there are a few questions you need to ask before you head in for the visit. These inquiries will potentially save you a lot of time and money, so it’s worth your while.

    Here is what you should know before you meet with your doctor as suggested by Consumer Report News in the article, "Your Guide to the New Health Insurance Rules."

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  • Woman Rubbing Neck

    Ways to Avoid Health Risks Associated with Sitting

    You probably don’t literally sit at your desk all day long, but have you ever wondered how many hours you do spend in that chair, shoulders hunched over, lower back aching? According to "Five Health Benefits of Standing Desks," by, the average person working in an office spends approximately five hours and 41 minutes sitting at a desk. There’s the occasional stroll to your coworker’s office, the cafeteria or to your car, but in a normal 9:00-5:00 job, nearly six hours is a lot of time to be sitting in a chair.

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  • Taxes Writing

    Good News! Insurance Premium Increases Slowing Down in 2014

    As we can expect, health care costs increase in 2014, which in turn means a growth in rate for employees covered by their employers. However, the good news is, the rise in premiums is not as extreme as it has been in the past.  Let’s take a look at the changes we can expect to see in regards to health care cost as well as how employers are helping to lower the increase in premiums for employees.  

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  • Co Workers

    Creating Healthy and Constructive Work Relationships for Any Business

    Do you ever feel like you see your coworkers more often than your family or friends? In most cases it’s true! You and your peers spend several hours, several days per week meeting, brainstorming, swapping stories, grabbing lunch together, and more. Given the amount of time you see your coworkers, it’s key to develop healthy relationships that foster the growth of your professional future, team and company as a whole. Just like in a family, everyone has to do their part to create and maintain a constructive relationship, so here are a few tips to lead you in the right direction to building a beneficial work relationship.

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