This holiday season, many of your employees are feeling extra generous … with your company’s money! Out-of-policy spending skyrockets in December, say the folks at AppZen.
Now’s a good time to check in on your staffers’ stress levels. A disturbing 56.7% of accounting professionals said their workplace has a negative impact on their mental health.
IRS just issued new pension plan limits for next year. And the overwhelming majority are going up over this year’s numbers.
Cost reduction remains top-of-mind for your fellow CFOs: 84% of U.S. companies plan to undertake new initiatives in the next 24 months.
Phishing emails allegedly from social media sites have transformed into a top target for cyber-criminals.
Whether or not your company has yet to tap virtual currency, from bitcoin to blockchain, IRS wants you to start thinking about the tax implications.
The Social Security Administration (SSA) just issued the taxable wage base for 2020. And it’s higher than what was predicted back in the spring. The magic number Payroll needs? $137,700, up from the $132,900 taxable wage base in 2019. As the most hectic time of the year in Finance approaches, you’ll want to make sure […]
The Department of Labor (DOL) just released the final new overtime rules. And they’re expected to push 1.2 million U.S. workers into time-and-a-half territory.
Any company can be vulnerable to pay errors, no matter how careful your payroll staffers are. And if those errors make an employee’s pay late, you can bet that won’t go over well.
Update 2: A court just ruled that the EEOC must continue its collection requirements until Jan. 31, 2020. The agency previously planned to stop as soon as it hit 72% of employers, but worker advocate groups balked and the court sided with them. Update: The Sept. 30 deadline has come and gone, but the feds […]