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The Treasury Department recently released its annual “Green Book,” which explains proposed items in President Biden’s 2024 budget, including proposals involving the employee retention credit (ERC).Read More
ESG offers a framework for looking beyond an organization’s financial statements to its environmental, social, and governance principles and practices. Setting a plan now for how your business will implement, track, and report ESG initiatives is critical to preparing for the future.Read More
Minnesota’s new THC law can create some tricky situations for employers. We’re here to help you assess its on your workplace.Read More
Constructive receipt is an IRS tax doctrine that dictates when employees should recognize income related to non-cash wages, including PTO. Learn about the specific implications for employers that offer PTO benefit payout or carryover.Read More
You’ve figured out potential solutions and devised a plan for bringing them to life. Now, how do you make your change happen? Read this third in our Change Management Series to get tips for implementing a change.Read More
Did you employ a household worker in 2021? This could include a housekeeper, nanny, gardener, cook, health care worker, tutor or someone else. If so, you may owe what’s commonly called the “nanny tax.”Read More
Wednesday, November 16th | 11:30am-1pm
The new regulations passed by Minnesota this year has thrown employers and HR professionals into uncharted territory. Our team will discuss the implications of these changes.
You and your team need to solve a problem—you need to make a change. But where do you begin? The second article in our Change Management Series sheds light on five steps to follow when planning for change.Read More
As the weather takes on a wintry feel here in Minnesota, we’re forced to accept what we’ve been denying for weeks: the end of the year is near. For employers, this means it’s time to think about several tax-related to-dos, including W-2s.Read More
The IRS defines sick pay as an amount paid under a plan to an employee who is unable to work because of sickness or injury. Sick pay may be paid by an employer or a third party, such as an insurance company, and includes both short- and long-term disability benefits.Read More