Payroll

Do You Need To Switch A Salaried Employee To An Hourly Paid Position?

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Nov 29th, 2016 by TRAXPayroll

The new overtime rule has resulted in many employers switching their employees from salary to hourly paid. While some employers believe that employees who perform certain duties are exempt, this is not necessarily the case. An employee is only exempt if they meet the guidelines which have been established by the FLSA.

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A Simple Guide To Understanding US Payroll Regulations

US payroll regulations

Nov 24th, 2016 by TRAXPayroll

While the United States has a multi-trillion dollar economy which provides significant opportunities to both local and international businesses, many companies make mistakes when it comes to interpreting US payroll regulations. This is understandable as these regulations can be quite complex. In addition to the federal laws regarding payroll, employers must also take into consideration state and municipal compliance. Below is a simple guide to interpreting American payroll regulation in a manner that will benefit businesses.

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Small Businesses Can Benefit From Tax Preparation Software

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Nov 22nd, 2016 by TRAXPayroll

While it is certainly possible to prepare your taxes manually, there are a number of advantages you’ll gain by using tax preparation software. If you’re a smaller business or sole proprietor, you’ll find that this software is sufficient to handle most, if not all, your tax needs. This will give you more time to focus on improving your business. Here are some of the key benefits you’ll gain by using such tax prep programs.

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Setting Up Payroll For A New Business? Use These Tips!

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Oct 27th, 2016 by TRAXPayroll

A necessary step in establishing a new business is setting up new payroll. If you’re a small business owner it is likely you’re forced to perform multiple tasks yourself, so it is crucial to emphasize the details during this process to ensure that everything is done correctly the first time. Making a mistake when setting up payroll can be detrimental to your organization, so below are some tips which will ensure it is done the right way.

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New Minimum Wage Rate Increases At A Glance

new minimum wage rate increases overview

Oct 18th, 2016 by TRAXPayroll

As of July 1, 2016, there are a number of cities and states across the U.S. which has implemented minimum wage rate increases. Businesses and employers that are based in these areas are recommended to make the necessary adjustments accordingly.

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Can You Pay Employees In Cash?

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Sep 27th, 2016 by TRAXPayroll

While it is perfectly acceptable to pay employees in cash, it has become less common due to the ease of electronic transactions. Furthermore, there are various challenges associated with the practice, particularly from the standpoint of payroll taxes.

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Remember These Numbers For Payroll Taxes In 2016!

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Sep 20th, 2016 by TRAXPayroll

There are a number of important things that you’ll need to remember for your 2016 payroll accounting. Keeping these numbers in mind will make it easier to ensure that your payroll is done accurately.

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Which Type Of Payroll Schedule Is Right For Your Business?

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Sep 8th, 2016 by TRAXPayroll

Deciding when and how to pay your employees is an important decision. Payment is what motivates your employees to work, and the payroll schedule you choose for them will determine their moral, work quality, and whether they decide to work for you at all. Understanding the various payment schedules that exist will make it easier to select one which is well suited for your business.

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Why Are More Small Businesses Turning To Payroll Software?

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Aug 30th, 2016 by TRAXPayroll

The availability of a large selection of small business payroll software has given companies more options than ever before. If your small business handles payroll internally through the usage of spreadsheets and other traditional tools, it may be time to transition to a payroll program, as it will allow you to pay your employees in a more efficient and cost effective manner. With the user friendly and affordable tools that are available today, there is no reason for any small business to continue using antiquated procedures.

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Do You Know How To Determine The Salary For New Hires?

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Aug 11th, 2016 by TRAXPayroll

Determining the compensation package for new hires is important, as it will often determine whether or not they choose to remain with your company. A great deal of effort goes into finding and interviewing qualified candidates, but if the compensation package isn’t up to par it could become largely a waste of effort and time. Conversations involving money are always delicate matters, below are some tips to help you do it the right way.

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