Author: Robert Hernandez

Big news! We are excited to announce that as of today, we are rebranding with a new logo and color scheme as part of the ongoing evolution of our company’s brand. For the first time in over 20 years, our logo is evolving into a...

Here’s a new nightmare for your employees: They wait for payday to make their personal payments only to find their funds are missing from their bank account. The head of your payroll department reminds your employee of the email s/he sent instructing her to change...

Payroll Partners was established to work with our friends in the “business-to-business” marketplace, not against them.  We understand the importance of these types of relationships.  By collaborating with Payroll Partners, you can add value to the current services you already provide. Accounting Professionals Payroll Partners provides an...

Before running payroll, double-check: The pay period (start and end) dates for the pay cycle. Address changes. Depending on where the employee moved to, his or her state or local tax withholding may be affected. Terminations. What are your state's rules on final wages? Is...

Small business owners have a variety of tax responsibilities. The IRS knows that understanding and meeting tax obligations is vital to the success of all businesses, especially a new one. IRS.gov has the resources and information to help people through the process of starting a...

If you’ve ever experienced payroll errors first-hand, you know the extensive costs and time-consuming efforts that go into correcting them. Even the smallest of payroll slip-ups can snowball into serious, long-term issues and increased expenses, especially if those mistakes continually occur. But when mistakes happen,...

Compliance is the top reason employers cannot afford to compromise on timekeeping accuracy. Below we explore four aspects of timekeeping compliance. 1. Payment for All Hours Worked   The Fair Labor Standards Act requires covered employers to pay nonexempt employees for all hours worked. You must keep that...