Author: Robert Hernandez

Benefit brokers, are you spending precious hours trying to get accurate payroll and tax reports from your clients? As your backlog of unfinished business grows, so does your time at the office. Let Payroll Partners free you from tedious payroll data so you can focus...

Taxpayers with questions about their federal tax accounts can hop over to IRS.gov for answers. Individual taxpayers can login to the View Your Account Information page to view specific details about their federal tax account information. Taxpayers can view: Their payoff amount, which is updated for...

Payroll processing is the core of any business. If you aren’t paying your workers, you soon won’t have a business. As companies grow, payroll becomes tougher to handle with taxes and compliance, which subsequently puts unwanted stress on the company. You may think that outsourcing your...

Understanding Time Clock Categories   Let’s start at a high level and outline the categories of time clocks. Knowing what is available is the first step in understanding what you need. Time clocks for small business come in a wide range of types and styles. Small businesses use...

Are there any questions we should avoid when interviewing job candidates?   Yes. You should avoid questions that cause an applicant to tell you about their inclusion in a protected class. Don’t ask about race, national origin, citizenship status, religious affiliation, disabilities, pregnancy, sexual orientation or gender...

Summertime activities often affect the tax returns people file the following year. Here are some things taxpayers do during the summer along with tips they should consider now: Getting married: Newlyweds should report any name change to the Social Security Administration. They should also report...

A Qualified Small Employer Health Reimbursement Arrangement (QSEHRA) allows small churches who do not offer group health insurance to their employees to provide money to employees on a tax-free basis; the money can be used to pay for individual health insurance policies and to reimburse...

Being a joint employer means that you and another employer share, both "individually and jointly," the responsibility of complying with labor laws and regulations. So if this classification applies to your business, it's critical that you pay close attention to how your fellow joint employer deals...