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Save Money with Fringe Management

Construction Payroll: make fringes easier to track Processing construction payroll is complicated to begin with. Non-union contractors working on prevailing wage jobs have an added complexity to deal with: fringes. Fringes are meant to level the playing field for non-union contractors bidding on prevailing wage jobs. Unions offer benefit packages including health and welfare, vacation, […]

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Getting Construction Reporting from a Construction Payroll Service

When it comes to the construction payroll, reporting is essential. Whether it’s job labor costing; working prevailing wage jobs and submitting required certified payroll reports; handling complex union reporting; tracking workers’ compensation; or any other number of reporting needs, reporting remains a critical aspect to running a successful construction business. Many contractors handle their construction […]

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The Complexities of Processing Construction Payroll

Processing construction payroll is different from that of any other industry. Many contractors feel overwhelmed by all of the payroll compliance required for today’s construction companies. From working in multiple states and localities, on multiple jobs with multiple pay rates, to preparing and submitting reports, the compliance can be frustrating and overwhelming. As a construction […]

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3 Ways Construction Payroll Services Save Time

Most companies, whether they’re construction or not, are familiar with big name payroll services. These are great companies that can provide payroll services to many different types of industries, but they don’t necessarily offer construction payroll services. Processing payroll for construction is different from that of any other industry. Most of the big name payroll […]

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