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Prepare NOW for January 2017 1095-C & 1094-C Reporting & Medical Insurance Open Enrollments

If you have just now succeeded in forgetting the debacle that was 1095-C and 1094-C reporting for 2015, it’s time to reawaken all that you hoped was in the past and start preparing for 2016 reporting during January , February, and/or March 2017. 2,471 more words

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Biennial of the Americas

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Front Range

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Administrative | Finance | IT… 498 more words

Payroll: An Overlooked Area in FinTech

A lot of brain power and money have been poured into FinTech, especially lending and payment areas. These are indeed exciting areas with new business models and technologies. 928 more words


Don't Get Stuck With Underpayemt Penalty

Don’t let penalties for underpaid taxes increase your tax bill next April. Check the total you’ve paid in 2016 through withholding and/or estimated taxes. If you’ve underpaid, consider adjusting your withholding for the final months of the year or increasing your remaining quarterly estimate. 31 more words


3 Common Myths Concerning Exempt and Salary Employees

With the new minimum salary threshold for exempt employees taking place later this year (Read more about that here), employers should concentrate on making sure they are in compliance with the new rules and also confirm that their exempt employees are correctly classified.  487 more words


Can Employees Be Paid Salary to Avoid Paid Overtime? Understanding the FLSA Exemptions

Can Employees Be Paid Salary to Avoid Paying Overtime?

This is a common question employers have – and not understanding the rules regarding exempt and non-exempt status, established by the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), can land employers in hot water if employees are misclassified. 737 more words


Increased Social Security Payroll Taxes in 2017 for High Wage Workers

On October 18, 2016 the Social Security Administration (SSA) announced that the maximum amount of wages subject to the Social Security payroll tax will increase in 2017 by $8,700 to $127,200.  214 more words