If you haven't heard yet, the Minnesota minimum wage has increased, and so has the national minimum wage for government contractors. If your company currently employs Minnesota workers at minimum wage or utilizes federal contractors at minimum wage, are you ready to make any necessary changes to reflect the increase?
In the year 2020, a cough has taken on a new meaning. By now, you have likely coughed in front of somebody and received a wide-eyed look.
As an employer, what should you do if one of your employees experiences a coughing fit? On top of the CDC guidelines, of course, you must consider the circumstances, your employees, your customers, and your business.
Brian Paulson, the owner of CSI Accounting & Payroll, has put together some end-of-year planning tips.
He writes, "Everything we do is focused on the core belief that we succeed in life by helping others succeed. This letter is one complimentary piece of our intense planning and research effort throughout the year to help in your success. Feel free to share it with anyone you know who could benefit."
This section covers computer security issues. You don't want to take any threats to your business with you into next year!
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act was signed into law on March 18, 2020.
In the coming days and weeks, federal regulatory agencies, including the Department of Labor (DOL) and Health and Human Services (HHS), will provide guidance on how to execute or implement the new requirements. In the meantime, employers and advisors must rely on a good faith interpretation of the act’s text.
We are sharing everything we know below and will not be able to answer follow up questions about the act until agency guidance has been released, which will take some time. We will update the HR Support Center when we have more information, and we encourage you to check there.
A new piece of legislation by Minnesota lawmakers puts unprecedented pressure on businesses to make sure that they’re providing accurate documentation of employee wages. As of Monday, July 1st, 2019 employers are required to provide employees notice at the start of their job laying out wage or salary amount and the benefits available. Employers must also provide additional information in their pay stubs and include allowances taken out for lodging, food, and other incidentals.
A recent change in Minneapolis work law could affect your business -- even if your headquarters, facilities, or office(s) are not located inside the city.
It’s a beautiful thing to run your own business, but that doesn’t mean it's always easy.
We know it feels good to build something from the ground up with your own two hands, but what does that look like in practice? Sometimes it's fun, but it oftentimes means a lot of stress and always means a lot of hard work.
Taxes are an ever-changing landscape, and with the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act finally taking effect this year, there’s actually never been a better time to find an accountant that you can trust.
The Tax Cut and Jobs Act really changed how deductions work. It's important to know how much those changes will affect you and your business. Here's another way taxes have changed recently: