The Payroll Blog
News, tips, and advice for small business owners
How Can Small Businesses Respond to the Coronavirus?
The recent spread of the coronavirus 2019 (also referred to as COVID-19, the disease it causes) has become a worldwide concern.Read More
How to Get Health Insurance When You're Self-Employed
Healthcare today is in a state of flux, which makes it even more difficult and challenging for self-employed people or independent contractors to find relevant and timely information regarding health insurance.Read More
What Is Cyber Liability Insurance?
The importance of cybersecurity these days is not to be underestimated. But what is it exactly? How does cyber liability insurance protect your small business?Read More
5 Employee Engagement Tactics for Remote Employees
When you have employees in your office, it’s easy to check in on them frequently and see how they are feeling and if they are engaged in their work. When you have remote workers, measuring employee engagement can be more complicated due to the barriers of not seeing them every day.Read More
5 Ways to Effectively Manage a Remote Team
Did you know there has been a 159% increase in employees working remotely since 2005?Read More
What is the SECURE Act?
Retirement is one of those topics that can make people uncomfortable because it’s overwhelming.Read More
How to Support Other Small Business Owners
Did you know that there are over 30 million small businesses in the United States? With numbers like that, you may think that small businesses are seeing a lot of love from consumers.Read More
How to Hire an Office Manager
Are you looking for a little extra help running your small business? Juggling all of the things, and wearing multiple hats can eventually wear down the most dedicated business owner, which is why many turn towards hiring an office manager.Read More
3 Basic Rules for Small Business Growth
Growth is the life’s blood of every small business, but it can be challenging in many respects.Read More
Worried about the economy? You're not alone
Small businesses are often considered minor players in the U.S. economy, but that sentiment is far from the reality. Small businesses, defined as those with less than 500 employees, make up 99.9% of businesses in the U.S. and employ more than 59 million people.Read More
Do You Need to Offer Time Off to Vote?
When it comes to paid time off, a few policies get the most attention, like vacation time, sick days, and maternity leave. A topic that isn’t discussed as frequently is offering time off to employees so they can vote.Read More