Exempt Employees usually get paid a fixed amount every week they work, but there are instances where they can be made to take unpaid time off
Paying employees correctly will help protect you and your company from violating the Department of Labor’s “wage & hour” rules.
Owning a business can be hard.. we all have those employees that make every hard day just a little bit easier! Put on your Santa hat– Saint Nick won’t be the only one delivering presents this year! Are you planning to spread some holiday cheer among your employees by giving a Christmas bonus? Running a […]
If you own a small business and have sought professional assistance in the area of bookkeeping and payroll (if you haven’t…we know some people!), you may very well have encountered the question of whether to pay someone as a regular employee (W-2) or independent contractor (1099). If so, you should have been counseled on the differences […]
It’s the end of the year and almost time to send W2s – have you verified the information yet?
Most likely, your company offers paid holidays as one of its perks. Many of your employees may also schedule time off during this time of year because of the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays that are right around the corner. For those employees, paid time off (PTO) was likely approved weeks or even months in advance. […]
Everyone likes a bonus, right? Whether it’s for quarterly performance, cost-of-living, or to reward a good deed, bonuses show company appreciation and boost morale. But what is the best way to deliver that bonus? With Gusto’s payroll software, it is always easy to give your employees a bonus at any point throughout the year. Many of our […]
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Remember When? When you started your business you may have had to make a decision…are your employees going to be W2 and 1099? It’s not a small matter, but one with long-lasting impact on how you do your business and whether the IRS comes to visit you on the issue. It can also help protect […]
The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) recently received an extension bill July 4th, offering business owners and self-employed individuals an additional 5 weeks to apply for a PPP forgivable loan (ending August 8th). Roughly 5 million businesses have already received funding; however, there are a large number of people who have still not applied. To date, […]