New 1099 Tax Requirements in PA, Maryland Sick & Safety Leave Update

Below are a few recent and important updates to be aware of: New 1099 Tax Requirements in PA Pennsylvania has issued a new personal income tax withholding requirement alongside filing Form 1099. Here’s what it means for PA businesses: Effective January 1, 2018, PA businesses who pay non-employees who do not live in PA (such…
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4 Onboarding Stats You Need to Know

Whether you are a human resources professional or a hiring manager, being prepared and knowledgeable about bringing a new employee on board can mean all the difference when it comes to your new hire’s success. Part of that preparation and knowledge is being aware of the challenges that can come with onboarding. We’ve rounded up…
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Lessons Learned from HR Software Implementations: 5 Things to Consider Even if You Don’t Use HR Software

Here are a few things our implementation experts say any HR team could benefit from periodically evaluating, even if they don’t have an HR software partner. 1. Organizational Structure & Reporting Do you have a current company org chart handy? How is it maintained within your organization? How frequently is it updated and how will…
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What Employers Need to Know About 2018 Tax Changes

By David Lewis, Executive Vice President Now that the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has become law and the IRS just released the new income-tax withholding tables for 2018, you may be scratching your head about what exactly this means and what it will affect. The Act will have wide implications for millions of workers…
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The ACA Is Here to Stay. Now What?

After a change in administration and months of waiting on new legislature, we can confidently report that the ACA is here to stay. Well, for this tax year, at least. Sure, changes to legislation may come, but you – the employer – are still on the hook for 2017 reporting. This means it’s once again…
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Everything You Need to Know About Unemployment Contribution Rates

By: Dave Ignaski, Payroll Tax Manager The concept of unemployment contributions rates can be tricky. For starters, not all 50 states even use that term. Some call them Unemployment Insurance while others use Unemployment Compensation. Regardless, all mean the same thing – a state-administered tax that is collected to provide a source of income for…
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