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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) was passed at the end of 2017, with, according to lawmakers, the intent of helping to alleviate the tax burden on small businesses. Most business over will see some financial relief, with a 20% deduction on “qualified” business income, but some may lose out on the savings due […] continue reading this post

Knowing the difference between your employees and contractors can mean the difference between compliance and penalties. Misclassifying employees is a serious mistake that has costly consequences for employers. Failure to classify workers correctly can subject an employer to civil penalties, class action lawsuits, back taxes, fines, and more. Additionally, if the misclassified employee should have […] continue reading this post

As a result of Senate Bill Number 3, passed by Jerry Brown back in April of this year, California has begun its ascent to reach a $15 minimum wage by the year 2022. California’s minimum wage reached $10.50 on January 1st, 2017 for businesses with 26 or more employees, but smaller business will see their […] continue reading this post

infographic There are limits to how much employers and employees can contribute to a retirement plan, IRA, or flexible spending account each year, and the limits differ widely, depending on the type of plan. After three years at a standstill, the Treasury Department recently raised the limits for contributions to pensions and other retirement plans such […] continue reading this post

image Statistics show that small business owners benefit most from joining a PEO. As your business grows, naturally you have to hire more staff. Suddenly, the time you spend managing HR tasks and payroll increases as well. Often, small business owners find themselves stuck in a rut, managing all of the administrative and HR tasks and […] continue reading this post