There is so much news and information floating around the web – it’s difficult (at best) to keep up! I’ve added a WordPress plug-in that grabs information from my Twitter stream to help me (and hopefully you as well) keep up with everything. Look for the Weekly Wrap-Up: News You Can Use every Friday.
See what caught my attention this week in these topics: Accounting & Taxes, eBooks/Webinars/Videos, Payroll/Certified Payroll/Prevailing Wage, QuickBooks, Small Business/Organization/Productivity, Construction, and Social Media/Marketing/Website Design. Continue reading
There is so much news and information floating around the web - it's difficult (at best) to keep up! I've added a Wordpress plug in that grabs information from my Twitter stream to help me (and hopefully you as well) keep up with everything. Look for the Weekly Wrap-Up: News You Can Use every Friday. This weeks news includes news about payroll, job costing, videos, accounting/taxes, social media/marketing, accounts payable, quotes, certified payroll/prevailing wage, QuickBooks, organization/productivity, small business, accounts receivable, technology, hiring, Excel, construction, QuickBooks 3rd party applications, and website/blog creation. Continue reading
In 2012 it is mandatory that we show the company share of employee health insurance on W-2's, do you know if there is there a way in QuickBooks to track this on a regular basis, so that it shows on the employees paystubs and then have it flow through onto the W-2 at the end of the year? Continue reading
The IRS offers initial information and guidance to employers about 2011 W-2 reporting of the cost of health insurance coverage they sponsor for employees. Source: SSA/IRS Reporter – Summer 2011 Newsletter Continue reading
Credit for small employer health insurance premiums, is your business eligible? Follow these tips by guest blogger Denise Duplinski. Continue reading
Taking a Health Insurance credit against the full prevailing wage fringe benefit and reporting it correctly on the Federal WH-347 Certified Payroll Report can be very confusing. Continue reading