Payroll cards are gaining acceptance and becoming more desirable for both employer and employee. If you're unsure what a payroll card is, think of it as a rechargeable debit card and an employer has the ability to place money into it, albeit not take money out. From an employer's point of view, it's similar in ease as a direct deposit (no checks to print and sign), which of course greatly lowers the cost of processing payroll. For employees that don't want direct
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Based on Facebook, the glass ceiling has been removed in Minnesota. Has gender equality arrived in the land of 10,000 lakes? It appears so if you rely on college graduate levels and Facebook demographics. While attempting to target an Audience on Facebook for an article on requirements when hiring employees I recently wrote, I found an interesting set of numbers for Minneapolis that suggests gender isn't a factor in business ownership, and if it is, the answer may not
Moving from a one person band to having employees and/or subcontractors working with you can be a significant and unexpected change for many business owners. On one hand, with more people, larger and sometimes more profitable contracts can be earned, and having other hands on the job can make quicker and more efficient work when do correctly. Like most things in life, the upside to having people work for you doesn't come without its fair share of drawbacks. Recruiting quality
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Get or Renew a Minnesota Assigned Risk Workers' Compensation Insurance Policy With Only a 10% Down payment Normally, the Minnesota Assigned Risk Plan (also known as the "Workers's Comp Pool") policies require at least 35% down, and up to 100% of the estimated total annual premium at the time of binding the policy. For many employers, especially those in the Assigned Risk Plan, that's simply not possible, and for almost all Minnesota employers, it
Customer Service consists of many important attributes, if you fail to provide each and every one, you will fail to reach your full potential Appreciation - Do you and your staff fully appreciate your clients? If so, how do they know it? Value - Do you and your staff offer value they can't find elsewhere? If so, how do they know it? Communication - Are you able to predict when a client will want to communicate, and/or are you surprising them with above
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What is a W-4 form? A W-4 is an IRS form that let's employers know how much they should deduct from the employee's pay for things that include federal and state income tax. Employees fill out the form with their name, social security number, home address, marital status, number of allowances (generally children, but others may qualify), additional withholding desired. Ideally, Employers should require employees to fill out the form before starting work.
In a world of online shopping and the greatest price transparency ever, it may seem logical that price is what drives a buyer's decision making, but some things never change, and one of them is price isn't the most important factor in a buyer's mind. Many salespeople seem to forget, or maybe they never understood in the first place that price, and especially the lowest price can actually work against you. Having the lowest price signals to the buyer that your offer is
At the end of this post I give instructions on receiving a free review of your Wisconsin small business website that includes actions you can do yourself. Does your website make you money or cost you money? Many business owners, especially those starting out view their website as a necessary cost of doing business. Nothing could be further from the truth. Websites are your storefront in today's digital age and should present your products and services in the best
If you suffer a loss that's not your fault or is mostly someone else's fault, you have rights and obligations, and understanding what your obligations are and reasonably performing your obligations can be a significant help towards protecting your rights. In other words, even when you haven't done anything wrong, you may have new obligations you didn't even think about, and more importantly, if you don't follow through, you may not recover your loss from either the party
For many contractors, buying a Minnesota workers' compensation insurance ghost policy means buying one through the Minnesota Workers' Compensation Assigned Risk Plan, commonly called "the pool". 763-710-8808 For a workers' compensation ghost policy, call now It's an insurance policy no one wants to buy, and for good reason, it provides zero benefit to the policy owner. The only reason we sell them is because sub contractors are often required
Workers' Comp Requirements In Wisconsin in basic form with a focus on contractors and sub-contractors. Untangling the confusion between having a workers' comp insurance requirement and adding payroll to your commercial business general liability insurance policies. This isn't a substitute for speaking with an employment attorney and other experts, but hopefully this will help you better understand what may be required of your firm if you're deciding on
Starting a business isn't the easiest thing most people do. Forget about all the passion and desire you have, at the end of the process of getting your business off the ground you're most likely going to be ready for sleep, another bottle of aspirin to replace the one (or several) you've used, and up to your eyeballs in credit card (and other) debt. If you started a business from scratch, and the above doesn't describe you now or before, count yourself lucky. As
Power Washing Business Insurance If you're operating a power washing business, or thinking of starting one, you should give considerable thought to having an insurance policy that protects you and your clients in case an accident occurs. Power washing can consist of buildings, boats, cars, roofs, and windows to clean or remove paint and other unwanted coatings. As a power washing contractor, what you don't know can and at some point likely will hurt you
Starting a Corporation or Limited Liability Company In Wisconsin and receiving a federal employer identification number isn't very difficult if you know where to find the forms and state information. I provide so many people with links to the various website portals that I decided to create a post that people can easily use to get their business started as a corporation or limited liability company LLC. The first step is figuring out what type of entity
Search engine optimization and ranking can appear overwhelming at times. Business owners I talk to fall into two camps. The first are owners who grudgingly pay their web hosting bill each month because they believe they need to have a website. Their websites generate little or no business and is more or less "set it and forget it". These owners don't know how much traffic or business, they receive as a result of their website. Reviewing traffic patterns
NEW YORK, Dec. 11, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Griffin Industrial Realty, Inc. (NASDAQ:GRIF) (“Griffin”) announced that in its fiscal 2017 fourth quarter, it entered into the following leasing transactions in New England Tradeport (“NE Tradeport”), Griffin’s industrial park in Windsor and East Granby, Connecticut: (i) a previously announced build-to-suit lease (the “BTS Lease”) for an approximately 234,000 square foot industrial/warehouse building (the “BTS Building”); (ii) a new lease of
After the update of SuiteCRM to all but mandatory use of the SuiteP theme, I've spent way too much time trying to fix things. One of the problems is the number of Recently Viewed items. Five items, and not even five accounts is a real problem for someone who looks at many things for any given account, plus is working on several accounts in any given day. I looked in the forums and other places (even made a request to get the answer), albeit it was my own administrator that found
CHICAGO, Dec. 07, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- A new TransUnion (NYSE:TRU) Healthcare Millennial Report found that nearly six in 10 Millennials (57%) have little to no understanding of their health insurance benefits. This is significantly lower than other generations, including Gen X (50%) and Baby Boomers (42%). The report also found that despite the vast majority of Millennials having health insurance, they tend to pay their medical bills at a slower rate than other generations. In fact,