If you own a business, you’re much more likely to get spooked by payroll fines than by a few zombies or ghosts every October. There are dozens of penalties your company can face for things such as unpaid federal and state payroll taxes. These are serious penalties that can seriously damage your business or even… Read more about 5 SCARY Payroll Fines
The deadline to make sure that your business and its payroll are compliant with Proposition 206 regulations has already passed. But if you are like many other business owners in Arizona, you may still have lots of questions or anxiety about whether or not you are doing it right. While Prop 206 compliance seems like… Read more about 5 Tips to Help Make Your Payroll Prop 206 Compliant
PayTech would like to say thank you to all of the clients that have helped us grow and continue to grow into the company we are today. We feel like all clients are a part of our family. We will be featuring a new client spotlight article each month to help promote our wonderful clients… Read more about Payroll Client Spotlight – Community Montessori School
The benefits to hiring contract labor over employees can be significant — especially for small businesses. And many workers prefer this arrangement as well because of potential tax benefits. But contract labor is not always the best option and also comes with many considerations to make sure the working arrangement is executed correctly. Whether you… Read more about Things Every Business Owner Should Know When Hiring Contract Labor
We have had some clients reach out to us, concerned about the Equifax Data Breach. Millions of Americans have been affected, and there are some things you can do to protect yourself. Look for the Market Update below for important information.
Whether you are starting a new venture or looking to get a clean slate with the way your existing small business payroll is executed, there are some primary steps that will be crucial to any small business payroll process being done correctly and efficiently. No matter your industry, here is how you set up payroll… Read more about Small Business Payroll Setup 101
This month, we feature articles discussing the importance for corporations to keep a record of all of their meetings and decision making processes, more on paid sick leave, and reasons why an S Corp should keep meeting minutes even if they’re not required by law to do so.
Fun fact The first book on double-entry accounting was written in 1494 by Italian mathematician and Franciscan friar Luca Bartolomeo de Pacioli. Although double-entry bookkeeping had been around for centuries, Pacioli’s 27-page treatise on the subject has earned him the title “The Father of Modern Accounting.