A new job means a fresh start, but it also means filling out tax forms again. And even if you're not starting work someplace new, the IRS still recommends that you revisit your withholding form intermittently, as well as anytime you have a significant life change, such as a marriage or birth. This is especially important during years when important tax changes have taken place. The IRS even offers a free withholding calculator that makes it easier to estimate just how much needs to come out of your paycheck every pay period.
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401k in 2018: Stats, Facts and Insight for Your HR Department
Traditional pensions have gradually died away like long-lost dinosaurs of the retirement savings world with 401k plans emerging as the primary way Americans are saving for their golden years. What was once a secondary option for retirement savings with a lot of employers is now much more prevalent. According to ForUsAll:
What is a Benefit Audit and Why Does Your Business Need One?
Providing quality benefits to employees is a primary factor in retention and recruitment among companies both small and large. Being engaged with a Professional Employer Organization (PEO) can increase the quality of benefits passed along to employees. It is the PEO’s role to educate the client on the plan design of their benefits and on how much the employer should contribute to recruit the best talent to their organization. Companies without a PEO relationship require much more internal effort to secure quality benefits and ensure that benefits run smoothly from a financial perspective. Additionally, a special service offered by Employer Flexible called the Benefit Audit is a way to objectively process all employee costs related to benefits and advise a business as to where it could best save money in the long run.
At What Point Can Your Business Benefit From a PEO?
A Professional Employer Organization (PEO) like Employer Flexible is a third-party firm that manages a company’s administrative management tasks. Tasks such as employee benefits, payroll, and human resources are crucial to the success of any business. With a PEO, business-owners have more time to take care of what really matters: the bottom line.