The Common Law Rules are the criteria which determine whether your hiree is an employee or an independent contractor.
Categorizing workers as an independent contractor or employee can be a challenge. Here is what you need to know about the 1099 final rule.
Different types of employees can enrich a workplace. Know the distinctions so you can be sure to hire the right type of worker for the job.
Payroll mistakes are bound to happen at some point. Find out how to identify errors and fix them before they become a bigger problem.
Dear Journey Clients, The applications for the “Paycheck Protection Program” (aka “PPP”) will be accepted by SBA approved banks this Friday, April 3rd. We urge all of our clients to speak to . . .
Dear Valued Clients, As a reminder, the new Employee Paid Sick Leave and Emergency FMLA went into effect today, April 1st, for leave taken between April 1, 2020 and December 31, 2020. We . . .
The CARES Act was signed to provide relief to businesses and individuals. Now, learn how to apply for a small business disaster loan to keep operating.
Organizing for taxes can be a daunting task. Hear about recent changes, and how to best organize your tax information to ease the stress of doing taxes.
Most companies offer ancillary products or services. Find out why they are great for businesses, and how you can benefit from them.
A bill concerning classifying 1099 workers passes in California. Here is what you should know about the proposed law, and how it affects your workers.
Wage theft above $2,000 will become a felony starting January 1, 2020. The new bill, signed May 16, aims to align wage theft with other forms of theft.
The IRS will release a new and more accurate form W4 at the end of May. Learn why they're changing the form and what it means for you!
Employee classification is hard to determine sometimes. Learn the differences between classifications to avoid those scary misclassification penalties!
Find out what you should do if you already received your HSA distribution based on the previously reduced limit of $6,850 for Family Coverage.