Posts Tagged exempt employees

Do You Need a New Form W-4 Every Year?

Possibly. A Form W-4 remains in effect until an employee gives you a new one – except when an employee claims to be exempt from income tax withholding. It can be confusing, which is why so many small business owners choose to outsource their payroll to payroll services. (more…)

Posted in: IRS and Tax forms, Payroll, Payroll Taxes

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Know the Difference between Salary and Wage Duties

Are you a small business employer who has a hard time figuring out which employees can be paid a salary and which must be paid hourly? If so, you’re not alone. Many small business owners often have trouble making these determinations. But it’s important that you know the difference between exempt and non-exempt jobs, otherwise you may have to pay hefty fines due to misclassification of workers in the workplace. (more…)

Posted in: Churches and Non-Profit Employers, Payroll, Payroll Processing

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Federal Overtime Changes Ahead for Small Businesses

If your small business currently employs workers who are exempt from overtime pay, the recent presidential memorandum signed by President Barack Obama requesting changes to overtime regulations could mean your company’s payroll amounts may increase by 2015 or 2016. (more…)

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