Spring Cleaning Newsletter: Laws & Policies

General Now that we are well into 2024, it is very important that you conduct an internal semi-annual review to ensure your company’s policies and procedures are following the latest Federal/State/Local laws and regulations. It is highly recommended to consult with your Labor Law Attorney, Legal counsel, and/or HR consultant(s) to review your companies distinct obligations. Examples […]

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Securing Your Retirement Future – What You Need to Know About the Secure 2.0 Act

What is Secure 2.0? On December 29, 2022, the Secure 2.0 Act was signed into law by President Biden as part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2023. The Act has 92 provisions aimed at increasing savings, boosting business incentives, and providing participants with more flexibility when saving for retirement. The SECURE Act (Setting Every

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CalSavers Retirement Program

It is no surprise that a large portion of American workers are not prepared for a comfortable retirement. With the relentless rising costs in California, and fewer opportunities for employees to invest in retirement accounts through employers, California implemented the California Savers Retirement Program on September 30th 2020. CalSavers, a state mandated law, is designed

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Understanding Your W2

It is that time of year again – Tax Filing! By now, you should have received your 2022 W2 Form. Although it may look like gibberish and you feel like your just a middle man to your tax provider, it is important for you to understand what is on your W2. To help you understand

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Out of State Employees

Hiring your dream team?! Employment does not have to stop at the state line! Whether you have remote employees, live near a border, or are just wanting to expand your geographic footprint – do not let the uncertainty of “how-to” stop you from growing your business. With the onset of COVID-19 and the shift to

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Startup Next Steps

So, you have decided to start a business – congratulations! You have spent time thinking about what product or service you will provide, developed a business plan, and know who your target audience is. And while creating a brand, name, and scoping out your competition is exciting, what comes next? How do you get up

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FLSA Overtime

One of the biggest stressors that administrators face is having a thorough knowledge of compliance rules and regulations, all while trying to stay up to date and current with new bills & laws that get passed regularly. One of the biggest compliance topics – FLSA Overtime!  Failing to comply with the FLSA Overtime laws is

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California’s New Employer Pay Data Reporting Requirements [SB 973]

On Sept 30th, 2020, California’s Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law Senate Bill 973, a bill which enacts extensive pay reporting requirements for employers to help reduce gender and racial pay gaps. Starting in 2021, SB 973 requires businesses with 100+ employees to submit annual pay data reports by gender, race, and ethnicity to the

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1099-NEC vs 1099-MISC

Starting Tax Year 2020, the IRS announced they will be bringing back the form 1099-NEC for reporting non-employee compensation. This historic tax form, last used in 1982, has circumvented its way back into use because of due date discrepancies on the 1099-MISC, caused by the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act of 2015. To

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