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Construction Payroll Blog

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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Taking on Multi-State Taxes Like a Pro

How to Cross the Border: Taking on Multi-State Taxes Like a Pro by Fred Ode In a construction company, you have thousands of moving parts to keep track of at all times — literally and figuratively. Besides maintaining and tracking equipment, bidding, hiring, and managing jobsites, construction payroll alone can give you plenty to navigate. […]

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Payroll Tip: Check Your Worker Classifications

Check Your Prevailing Wage Worker Classifications When is a laborer not a laborer? Potentially, when they’re an equipment operator — or working as anything else, for that matter. That’s because when agencies look for prevailing wage compliance, they aren’t necessarily looking at job titles. Instead, they want to know workers are being classified and paid […]

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