The Payroll Blog
News, tips, and advice for small business owners
How Much Should You Pay Your Nanny?
Once you decide to hire a nanny, it won’t be long before you start to think about how much to pay a nanny.Read More
The Top 5 Most Common Payroll Mistakes Among New Companies
When setting up payroll for your small business the first time, it’s common to feel overwhelmed and make some mistakes.Read More
What is the Employee Retention Credit? How It Works and What Businesses Qualify
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, signed into law in late March, provides economic relief to businesses and individuals.Read More
Is It Illegal to Pay Employees Cash?
While cash may be king, it’s not the ideal method for payroll.Read More
White House Issues Guidelines for Opening Up America Again during COVID-19 Pandemic
Businesses that closed temporarily or had their operations curtailed by state governments to prevent the spread of COVID-19 have been waiting for information on when is America opening again.Read More
Guidance Updates on the Families First Coronavirus Response Act
As guidance becomes available from the federal government on the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, this page will be updated when information is available to help businesses gain a better understanding about the legislation and how it will be implemented.Read More
How to Set Up an Effective Telecommuting Policy
As a small business owner, you may consider implementing a telecommuting policy.Read More
Ready…Set…Go: Beat the Clock on the Second Round of PPP Funding
Small businesses can breathe a (small) sigh of relief this afternoon with news out of Washington, D.C. that an additional round of funding has been allocated for Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans.Read More
How Do I Pay My Nanny?
Before you hire a nanny, you need to understand how you’ll pay your nanny, as well as tax obligations referred to as the nanny tax.Read More
PPP Funds Run Out: What That Means for You
The SBA announced today, April 16, 2020, that the initial $349 billion authorization for loans under the Paycheck Protection Program has been exhausted.Read More
The Top 3 Things on Nanny Taxes and Payroll
The nanny tax refers to the payroll taxes, including Social Security and Medicare taxes, you will be required to withhold from your employee's paycheck as a household employer.Read More