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This week our guest is Alvin Young, Senior Marketing Manager for Intuit. He'll be here to explain the different online payroll solutions that Intuit offers: QuickBooks Online Payroll, Intuit Full Service Payroll and Intuit Online Payroll for Accountants.
Join us for another fun filled evening of QuickBooks!
Each week we'll be live answering your questions about all things QuickBooks. Join nationally known experts Woody Adams, Dawn Brolin & Stacy Kildal and guests as they enlighten listeners to the wonders of QuickBooks.
This week we have Special Guest Matt Gotchy & Intuit Full Service Payroll.
WorkGroup Payroll is a Pillar member of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce as well as Affinity Partner. They are a committed to offering value added services at the most competitive price to help our members grow and prosper. WorkGroup Payroll is an affordable alternative if you prepare payroll internally, use outside bookkeepers/ accountants or a payroll service. Small business owners average 8 hours a month performing payroll functions. That's 12 full days a year that could
Entrepreneurs and small business owners often state that payroll is their biggest fear. Are the taxes figured correctly? Is there something new you might not know about? Are you filing your reports on time? Join Teresa Ray, owner of The Payroll Department to learn the benefits - and cost savings - of outsourcing your payroll. Teresa has been processing payrolls for small to mid-size businesses for over 20 years. The experience gained over that period of time has been invaluable from the standp
Well, it’s not quite an issue of life or death, but Ben Franklin reportedly said that the above, were two certainties of life. We know we’re going to die, and we yes, we have to pay taxes. As the year 2011 comes to an end, President Obama, Speaker Boehner and Majority Leader Reid are entangled in yet another politically charged issue, extending the cuts or reduction in payroll taxes. Interestingly enough, Obama, on the heels of his economic speech at Osawatomie, Kansas, seems to be
Up-to-date commentary on the relevant topics of the week. This week is the topic is the confrontation over extending the payroll tax cuts for 2012. Listen and join in the discussion of the confrontation taking place between the House Republicans and the Senate Democrats and the Whitehouse about this politically charged topic.
Most likely you’ve received your first paycheck in 2013, and you probably noticed that your check was a little smaller. That is because the two-year 2011-2012 payroll tax “holiday” failed to make its way into the final legislation resulting in a 2 percent payroll increase. What impact will less take-home pay for U.S. workers have on the economy? Will a smaller paycheck cause consumers to cut back on their spending? Will it hinder them from repaying holiday debt?&n
According to the "California Watch", with California's public school system facing economic uncertainties...some of the most financially troubled districts have been elevating the payroll for top administrators.
One is the Los Angeles Unified School District, the nation's second-largest district, which has been buried under a cumulative $2.8 billion dollar deficit for the past five years and has eliminated more than 12,000 teaching and staff positions.
Los Angeles Unified pays Superintendent John Deasy $384,948 a year, about five times the salary of the average teacher. Since 2009 the school district has raised John Deasy's salary by 32 percent.
Superintendent Deasy has attracted controversy in this position and other positions. According to the Substance News, John Deasy claims to have earned his PhD at the University of Louisville (UL) in the College of Education. The Dean of the college at the time was Robert Felner, now serving a jail term of 63 months in prison for a variety of frauds committed against the University of Louisville, and other universities, which includes misappropriation of a $649,000 federal grant. Felner was also convicted of stealing $2.3 million in research grants.
John Deasy earned his PhD directly under Felner in a period of 4 months, earning only 9 University of Louisville credits. Prior to coming to the UL, Deasy had awarded Felner's research company, the National Center on Public Education and Social Policy, a $375,000 grant from the Santa Monica district where Deasy was head.
As Superintendent, John Deasy has overseen thousands of teachers losing their jobs. Incredibly, Los Angeles teachers have not received a salary increase in almost 7 years, while the UTLA teacher's union leaders are paid up to $221,758 a year.
There's a "Teacher's Raise Rally" on Wednesday, November 13, 2013 at 4pm, 333 Beaudry, Los Angeles, CA.
'Go Hard or Go Home' ~ Powered by The Career Engineer (TCE) It has been a busy month with the government shutdown and the implementation of the Affordable Care (www.healthcare.gov). However, the unemployemnt data, is still an important topic. Unemploymemt Data - www.dol.gov As of October 19, 2013 Unemployment Rate: 7.2% Initial Insurance Claims: 350,000 Payroll Employment: +148,000 Call-in: 718-664-6880
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