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The right 401(k) plan gives you an advantage in competitive job markets and helps your employees. Here are some key steps to set up a 401(k) plan for your employees.
Given the current regulatory landscape, you may be overwhelmed or uncertain about how to keep up with the changes. We've identified 10 important regulatory challenges businesses face in 2020, and how each can impact you.
IRS Extends ACA Deadline for Employers to Furnish Forms to Employees and on Good-Faith Transition Relief for 2019
The IRS has extended deadlines for employers to furnish forms as part of their Affordable Care Act requirements. Here are some key details and important dates to know.
Most successful employee recognition programs motivate employees and reinforce a company’s core values. Set your priorities and get inspired with some examples.
The Internal Revenue Service released the final version of Form W-4 for 2020.
When you’re running a business of one, how can you cover your healthcare costs? Learn about health insurance options for self-employed individuals.
Update: IRS Extends Good-Faith Transition Relief for 2019, and Other Facts about Enforcement of ESR Provisions
Employers should be prepared for what to expect from the IRS if they did not meet the requirements under the Employer Shared Responsibility provision of the Affordable Care Act.
The 2020 contribution limits for 401(k), 403(b), and most 457 plans have been raised for a third straight year, increasing by $500 the amount plan participants can contribute. This is an opportune time to consider offering a retirement plan if you don't do so already.
Employers may face a long list of financial, personnel, and regulatory wrap-up tasks as 2019 draws to a close. Paychex asked its experts to develop a checklist to help cover some of the bases.