By being more vigilant and adopting control policies, you can protect your business from the losses you might incur because of payroll fraud. Small businesses typically suffer more because they lack the elaborate internal controls that larger companies might implement.

The difference between an exempt and a non-exempt employee is whether the employee receives their wages as a salary with no overtime, or as hourly with the ability to earn overtime wages. The FLSA has developed some tests to determine how a specific position should be classified.

While you think you're happy in QuickBooks Pro or Premier, I suggest it's always worth looking at Enterprise Solutions. You may find that Enterprise could make life simpler in your business because of the extra features.The new Enterprise 2015 gives you more bang for your bucks - more data controls, more customization options, more efficient workflow, powerful reporting capabilities.

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It's generally a good idea to keep overhead costs low so that your business profits will be higher. But there are times when increasing expenses yields great payoffs.

Dutch Payroll can be incredibly complicated, but just how complicated? Here we give a very basic outline for those just starting as a contractor or freelancer within the Netherlands.

Most new business owners are not aware they need to carry Workers' Compensation insurance in New York State. Many think it is only a requirement of contracting or construction companies. In actuality, all businesses that have employees need this insurance. Lack of coverage can caused many problems for the business owner.

Calculating how much you owe in payroll tax when working within the Netherlands can be a complicated and time consuming process. This article aims to break the process down and help explain when and how to go about paying taxes to the Dutch authorities.

Large changes are coming to the Dutch contractor market affecting contracts, salaries, probationary periods, transition payments and notification periods. Coming into force as early as January the 1st 2015, this article breaks down all the major changes that you will need to know about with input from industry professionals and experts in Dutch payroll.

Over the years it has been amazing how many times I've been asked the same questions as above and how many times I have witnessed situations where business owners are not on payroll, and where they are not in compliance with payroll regulations. It is more important than ever to be in compliance. The tax authorities have increased their review of these issues.