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Last Chance to File Your EEO-1

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The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) requires qualifying employers to submit a demographic report of their employees, called an EEO-1, by this Saturday, March 31st. What is the EEO-1? These employers must submit a report, …

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Update! 2018 Federal Withholding Changes

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On December 22nd, the President signed a tax reform bill which will make substantial changes to the US tax system. The changes will mostly have practical ramifications beginning in 2018. As soon as the IRS …

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2018 ACA Checklist

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This checklist is designed to help employers who sponsor group health plans review their compliance with key provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) for 2018. If you have any questions regarding your responsibilities, please …

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Minimum Wage Updates

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Beginning December 31, 2017, the minimum wage requirements for New York State employees will increase. We recommend that you review the new policies to ensure your compliance. On December 31, 2017, the minimum wage for …

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What is ESS?

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ESS is a portal that enables communication between employees and employers, and streamlines the information process between both parties. How do employers benefit from ESS? Employers can save time by automatically posting employees’ paystubs and …

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W-2 & 1099 2018 Filing Dates

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It is important that you process all your adjustments in a timely manner, as they all must be filed by Jan-31-2018. W-2 filing deadline: Beginning with the 2017 forms, employers have one filing deadline for …

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Health Care Reform Updates

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ACA reporting is still required. Large employers need to continue to comply with 2017 ACA reporting requirements, as Congress has still been unsuccessful in its attempts to repeal it. If you are a large employer …

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Update! New NYS Paid Family Leave Law

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Effective January 1, 2018, private employers in the state of New York will have to comply with the new Paid Family Leave law. Paid Family Leave allows your employees to take time off for the …