The Payroll Blog
News, tips, and advice for small business owners
How to Set Up Payroll for Small Business
Whether you are just opening your business with a full staff or you’ve been in business for a while and are just adding an employee to the mix, setting up your payroll for the first time can be overwhelming.Read More
Small Businesses Struggled With Payroll Even Before COVID-19
Even in the best of times payroll and related taxes can be a confusing and moving, target for small business owners, with costly (or worse) penalties for getting it wrong.Read More
Return to Work Checklist for New York Employers
Do you operate a small business in New York and are wondering how you can safely return to work?Read More
Return to Work Checklist for California Employers
Do you operate a small business in California and are wondering how you can safely return to work?Read More
Webinar Recap: The COVID-19 Economy
On July 7th, in partnership with Paychex and Oasis, we presented a webinar titled “The COVID-19 Economy: The Economic Impact of Seismic Surprises”.Read More
7 Tips for Building a Business Emergency Fund
It’s no secret that cash flow is a major concern for small business owners. According to our Small Business Worry Index, cash flow worries were right behind concerns about the economy, which tend to go hand in hand.Read More
How Do I Calculate Payroll Taxes?
What are payroll taxes? Payroll taxes are federal, state and local taxes withheld from an employee's paycheck by the employer.Read More
What is the PPP Forgiveness EZ Form?
The Small Business Administration recently released a Paycheck Protection Program Loan Forgiveness Application Form 3508EZ (EZ Form) for certain PPP borrowers to use, if eligible.Read More
4 Qualities Successful Businesses Have in Common
Running a small business is no easy feat. According to research shared by the U.S. Small Business Administration, about 1 in 12 small businesses close every year.Read More
Do You Have to Provide Workers' Comp for Your Nanny?
Many people fail to realize that hiring a nanny means you are considered a household employer.Read More
5 Ways to Prepare Your Business for the Unexpected
When running a small business, it’s to be expected that business won’t be smooth sailing all the time.Read More