Payroll processing costs eating away at your budget? Take a look at what top-performing payroll departments are doing differently — and make any necessary adjustments.
May is National Direct Deposit Month, which makes it a perfect time to make a renewed push to get those participation rates as high as they can be.
The Feds want your 3 cents – more – on everything your company mails.
New tech is generally welcomed in A/P, but dishonest people can quickly take advantage of it.
While most employees are living paycheck to paycheck, there are reasons why funds will sometimes sit in your company’s bank account long after payday – and now, state laws about reporting unclaimed property are changing.
Last month, many of your peers celebrated National Payroll Week. But beyond the paycheck stuffers and free doughnuts came some important benchmarks for this mission-critical finance function.
Direct deposits via the Automated Clearing House (ACH) keeps on rising.
From Direct Deposit to your 401(k) to cafeteria plans, there are tons of Finance programs that depend on employee participation to be successful. Some new research on employee attitudes toward money just may be your ticket to getting more of it across the board.
Look for a final rule on paycards during the spring of 2016, the Consumer Financial Protection Board (CFPB) said recently.
Need a customer to send a check today? Want employees to turn in all their receipts with the expense reports? Use these 12 words to make your case.
Holidays can make a number of finance-related tasks — such as processing payroll — more difficult. So make sure your payroll team has a plan for tackling these dates.
Whether your company is instituting a salary freeze or not, it still costs you money every time you pay employees for the work they do for you.
A few signs on company bulletin boards, a mention at new hire orientation — probably not enough to get the savings your company is after from Direct Deposit.
Next month brings National Payroll Week (Sept. 1-5). What better gift to your Payroll Pete or Patty than to have more employees signed up for direct deposit? Here’s how to cut through the resistance.
Yes, you have your own personal resolutions for 2009. But what about ones for your department? Here’s how to make sure both types take.
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