As an employer, you recognize that your employees contribute to smooth business operations. What happens if an employee gets injured or ill and can’t work for an extended period of time? You and your employees need to know about short-term vs. long-term disability insurance.Read More Short-term Disability vs. Long-term Disability
How Do a Debit and a Credit Fall in Love? The Matching Principle in Accounting
If you’ve ever sent an invoice to someone who planned to pay later, you’re probably using accrual accounting. It can be hard to keep track of finances when you’ve accrued payables and liabilities. But, using the matching principle can help you stay organized. The matching principle in accounting states that you must report expenses in […]
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Do you know what payroll history is? It’s important payroll information that can help you avoid errors and maintain your business records.Read More Why Is Payroll History Important to Your Business?
When you become an employer, you can’t always play by your own rules. There are certain federal, as well as state and local, standards you must follow. The FLSA is one set of federal regulations you need to know about and comply with. What is the FLSA?Read More What Is the FLSA?
Over 70% of employees have access to paid days off from work for sick or vacation time. Although these are common paid time off programs, sick and vacation days aren’t the only time off work you can offer. Get the scoop on different types of paid time off below.Read More 10 Types of Paid Time Off You Can Offer Employees
Employers can choose from a few types of payment methods to offer employees. One popular option is direct deposit. You can also pay employees with handwritten or printed paychecks. Before deciding what is the best option for your business, you should weigh the pros and cons of each.Read More Direct Deposit vs. Check: The Pros and Cons
As an employer, you may wonder why an employee would receive a paid leave of absence and how it will affect your business. It is your responsibility to understand the laws about leaves of absence. Continue reading to learn more about types of leave, laws restricting leave of absence, and what to do when an […]Read More What to Know About Paid Leave of Absence
Conducting regular pay audits can help you pay your employees fairly. Find out why you might conduct a pay audit and how to do so.Read More How to Conduct a Pay Audit
When you first start your business and hire employees, you might be worried about how you’ll make payroll each pay period. But once your business is firmly planted, you might be able to give more money to your employees. One thing you might want to offer employees is bonus pay.Read More What Is Bonus Pay?
Thinking about offering additional benefits to your employees? A dependent care FSA can help employees with the expense of caring for their dependents while also reducing their tax liability. Employers can also reap plenty of benefits from offering FSA dependent care, including increased employee engagement and reduced stress. Read on to learn more about who’s […]Read More FSA Dependent Care Helps Employees Help Their Loved Ones