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04/30

Form 941 due (Employer’s Qtly Federal Tax Return)

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The Benefits of Investing in Technology During a Recession

Though the exact number is debated by some economists, the United States has persisted through nearly 50 recessions, marking again and again the cycles of industry, agriculture, production, and consumption that define the national, and now global economy. While our current situation is a little bit different (to say the least), responding to the 2020 recession is going to be something of a memory exercise for established businesses and a history lesson for the new ones.

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2020 Contribution Limits Released

Call it an annual holiday tradition. Every year, the IRS publishes a new set of contribution limits for a variety of popular benefits, including flexible savings accounts and commuter plans. The agency has finally settled on all major limits for 2020.  

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3 Reasons Your Mid-Sized Business Should Offer a Retirement Plan

Unlike your grandparents, you'll likely be fully responsible for your retirement. Yet, according to a recent report from SCORE, retirement plans are only offered by 28 percent of businesses with fewer than 10 employees and 51 percent of businesses with 10 to 24 employees. 

What Does the Families First Coronavirus Response Act Mean for HR and Payroll?

On March 18, President Donald Trump signed into law the Families First Coronavirus Response Act. This emergency measure directly imposes upon certain smaller employers new paid family leave and new paid sick leave obligations and expands unemployment insurance.

Besides dealing with immediate public health-related matters, the bill contains several
provisions that will impact employers.

Here are the highlights of the bill that may affect HR, payroll, and legal teams:

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