When There’s an Additional Pay Period; It’s Not Just a Leap Year Issue

Throw one extra day into the year and it can create all kinds of payroll confusion for employers. While the headaches an extra pay period can create aren’t exclusive to leap years, many employers run into an extra pay period during leap years,...

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Compliance in 2020: New Year, New Payroll Changes

As we turn the calendar to a new year, we also must understand and ensure compliance with the various new employment laws, including payroll changes, that took effect on January 1, 2020. Here are six changes employers need to know when processing...

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Five Spooktacular Things to Do in Kansas City This Halloween

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It’s a wicked fun time of year in Kansas City — the nighttime air is getting crisp, the leaves are changing colors and our minds are buzzing with ghoulish costumes to wear on the spookiest night of the year — Halloween. From family-friendly...

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IRS Releases Electronic Guide to Help Business Owners Navigate Tax Law Changes

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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) wants small business owners and self-employed individuals to understand how the recent tax law changes may have impacted their bottom line. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) was passed in December 2017, and made...

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Wage and Hour Mistakes Prove Costly for U.S. Business Owners

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Most employers mean well and don’t set out to deliberately wrong their employees when it comes to accurately paying earned wages. That said, mistakes happen, and when they aren’t corrected voluntarily and in a timely manner, they can become...

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IRS Releases Updated Withholding Form for 2019

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A final, updated version of Form W-4, Employee’s Withholding Allowance Certificate, was released December 11, 2018, by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

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Scared to Outsource Payroll? 6 Reasons to Let Go of the Fear

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For small businesses, payroll is both mission-critical and complicated. It’s one of small companies’ most labor-intensive jobs – and it never stops coming! As soon as one round of payroll is complete, it’s pretty much time to start on the next...

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How the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Affects Businesses

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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Acts Law (TCJA) – a sweeping tax overhaul that passed in December 2017 – includes trillions of dollars in tax cuts and benefits for both workers and business owners. The changes took effect in 2018 for taxes that will be...

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The 2018 Holiday Shopping Season and Paycheck Withholding

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Earlier this year, taxpayers across the country saw an increase in take-home pay on their paychecks due to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. The reduction in federal tax was welcomed, with average tax savings ranging from $1,400 to $2,917 depending on...

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Axcet HR Solutions Payroll Team to Present in Saint Louis


At Axcet HR Solutions, we couldn’t be more proud of our highly-tenured and credentialed payroll administration team, nor more excited for them to represent Axcet at the 16th Annual Midwest Regional Payroll Conference in St. Louis on September...

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