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Payroll Tip: Run an Assessment Before Summer’s Busy Season!

Run an Assessment Before Summer’s Busy Season Now that the year-end crunch has passed and payroll’s been completed, it’s tempting to take a step back and relax. But any downtime before the summer is actually the perfect time to make sure you have your ducks in order. Taking the opportunity now for a self-assessment can […]

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Payroll Tip: Get Ready for Year-End!

Get Ready for Year-End! A lot goes into making every construction payroll run accurate, successful and compliant — especially at year-end. Between ACA information returns, W-2s, end-of-the-year close and holiday bonuses, you need to make sure you’re prepared. Here are a few points to keep on your radar. 1. Be Aware of Your Deadlines First, […]

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Case Study: Bechter Plumbing, Inc. Takes Back Their Payroll

  People say construction payroll is hard. Really, it’s all about control. What controls the way you process payroll? A single fixed wage in your accounting software? A behemoth processing firm? Since Bechter Plumbing, Inc. partnered with Payroll4Construction.com, they control their own payroll. “It’s so nice to be able to just get in and set […]

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Case Study: An Electrical Contractor Takes Payroll From Good to Better

  Most people (and companies) will probably encounter a version of this sentence at some point in their career: “It’s not personal, it’s business.” That was what Massachusetts-based Pine Ridge Technologies, Inc., found themselves saying as the business was growing and its office staff realized their big-name payroll service was no longer going to suffice. […]

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Payroll Tip: Prepare With a Payroll Contingency Plan

Prepare With a Payroll Contingency Plan. They call it the unexpected for a reason — but you can pretty much expect it to happen. It’s not just the vacation Sue’s taking; it’s what happens if the bank isn’t authorized to talk with her backup. It’s not as much preparing your star staff member for every […]

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