Posted by Ariane on October 4, 2016
As a small business owner, do you have file folders filled with receipts for expenses and invoices that you haven’t inputted into an accounting system? Do you have people who owe you money, because you haven’t taken the time to invoice them? When you want to make a business purchase, how do you know if you will have sufficient funds to cover the cost? Keeping accurate financial records is a must if you want your small business to be successful. (more…)
Posted by Elaine on November 10, 2015
It’s a great feeling to share some good news for employers! The entrepreneurs who supply jobs to the community display courage and leadership every day and now they are set to get some small business love. (more…)
Posted by Elaine on December 10, 2013
Our payroll services clients – and all the business owners in Indiana – are paying more than the norm according to the Federal Unemployment Tax Act (FUTA). In fact, as was explained in an earlier post, this year businesses will pay 2.1% of the first $7,000 EACH employee earns. The norm is approximately .6%!
What is the difference in your payroll expense? (more…)
Tags: Brownsburg, Credit Reduction State, FUTA, Indiana, payroll service, payroll tax reporting, payroll taxes, payroll unemployment taxes, The Payroll Department, unemployment taxes
Posted in: Payroll, Payroll Taxes, Rules, Regulations and Laws
Posted by Elaine on August 6, 2013
Just about every worker counts on it and almost every employer has paid it, but few understand it. What’s that? Unemployment taxes. Who pays it and how? Once you see how it works, it makes sense. The Payroll Department thinks it’s time everyone got an easy-to-understand explanation.
Tags: Brownsburg, Indiana, payroll service, payroll taxes, payroll unemployment taxes, small business and payroll taxes, tax laws for payroll, The Payroll Department, unemployment taxes
Posted in: Payroll, Payroll Processing, Payroll Taxes, Rules, Regulations and Laws