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President's Remarks

"You saved our marriage." Chris. That's a pretty good testimonial for a client who switched to us to assist with their processing needs. I still get the warm fuzzies when I read it. A major driver and a reward to me as an owner of our company is the appreciation we receive. It means our service is valued and it means we're doing a good job at providing it. We strive to be at the top of our game every day. One way we do that is to do things together that are fun and create a higher sense of team.

The Get Rich Quick Scheme: Employee Spotlight on Tanya Campbell

Tanya Campbell took it as far as she could. She strived. She reached. She tried to just relax and breathe deep. But here she was, stretched to her limits again! Why did she ever agree to do this?

Highway to the Danger Zone: M. Leeder Construction Leads Forward

The same year Kenny Loggins crooned us along that “hiiiighwaaayy toooo the danger zone” Matt Leeder was revving up the engines of his new construction business in Durango. Thirty years later, M. Leeder Construction is now the leader in its field, adopting cutting-edge technology to provide sustainable asphalt paving, repair, and recycling. How did he do it? More importantly, how can your business be a leader?

Multitasking: A Myth or a Reality?

Every office talks about multitasking, but is it really a thing or just a buzzword used to encourage staff to work harder? Click Full Article below to learn the myths and realities of multitasking.

Minimum amount that is paid exempt employees may be increasing significantly

If you have exempt employees, regulations may soon be coming that could greatly impact the amount you are required to pay your employees to keep them exempt. See below for an excerpt. The minimum an exempt employee can be paid increases from $23,660 a year to more than $50,000 a year. Please let us know if you have any questions or comments.

Final Regulations on FLSA ‘White Collar’ Exemption Expected Soon

On July 6,2015, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) issued proposed regulations that

How to Develop a Compensation Plan

Compensation plans act as incentives for employees to fulfill companies' goals. They are considered a win-win for all parties involved because there are benefits for the employers as well. Click Full Article below for some tips on getting one going at your company.

How Should You Train Your Staff?

Should there be a formal training policy at your company to improve staff skills? A solid policy could have long-term advantages. Click Full Article below to learn the secrets of getting a well-trained staff.

Setting up a Bonus Policy

Should you give year-end bonuses? To whom? Under what circumstances? Click Full Article below for some tips and guidelines on setting up a system for giving bonuses that works for both company and staff.

Local Entertainment And Events Calendar: Including Virtual Events

You'll always know where the fun's going on with our interactive local events calendar featuring social sharing, images, videos and ticket links. Click through to see what's happening or to add your own local events.

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You are ultimately responsible for payroll tax payments: The IRS asks us to remind you that you are responsible for insuring your payroll tax payments are made. There have been shoddy payroll companies, CPAs, and bookkeepers who have been in charge of this task only to take the money and spend it on everything except the payroll taxes. The companies are then incredibly surprised and justifiably angry to find out that they get to make their tax payments twice. You can verify that all your federal payroll tax payments have been made. These are the payments we have pulled from your account and then made on your behalf. It's a great way to monitor your account on a periodic basis. You should have what is called an "Inquiry Pin" from the IRS – if you don't have one, please let us know. We can help you have one assigned to you. And just so you know -we go through a rigorous audit process called a SSAE 16. We reconcile our tax account every day. We use dual controls. We take our role of paying your taxes VERY seriously.
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