Dominion Payroll Acquires Kentucky-Based PayLogic

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***For immediate release.*** Richmond, VA – January 12, 2021 – Richmond, VA-based payroll and human resources firm Dominion Payroll announced that it has acquired Louisville, KY-based PayLogic. Adding to offices in the Carolinas, Florida, Tennessee, and Texas, PayLogic will become the Kentucky branch for Dominion Payroll. “Our expansion into Kentucky and southern Indiana are part of our overall growth strategy … Read More

With Remote Work Increasing, Be Aware of These Tax Implications for Out-Of-State Workers

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More than 50 million members of the U.S. labor force are currently working remotely full-time, a ten-fold increase from the 5 million employees who worked from home at least half of the time back in March. With this change and employers’ concerns about productivity and company culture comes one more item to consider: taxes. When remote workers are located in … Read More

Dominion Payroll Partners with the Medical Society of Virginia

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October 13, 2020 We’re so proud to announce our new partnership with the Medical Society of Virginia (MSV)! Now apart of MSV’s Business Affiliate Program, Dominion Payroll will provide value to MSV members through the promotion of payroll and HR services to Virginia physicians. The MSV Business Affiliate Program is designed to engage with companies that can offer exclusive rates, … Read More

Open Enrollment: How to Find the Right Plan for You and Your Family

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Open enrollment season is here and it’s time to wade into the murky and often confusing waters of insurance terms and accounts to find the right plan for you and your family. It can be a daunting task, so we’ve put together some high-level tips that might help in your decision making process: First off, check your past finances.  Look … Read More

Payroll Tax Deferral Executive Order: Why You Probably Shouldn’t Defer Your Employees’ Social Security Tax

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On August 8, 2020, President Trump signed an executive order allowing employers to defer the 6.2% employee portion of Social Security payroll taxes for employees earning less than $4,000 for a biweekly period from September 1st until December 31st of this year. The aim of this order was to put more money in wage earners’ pockets in light of the … Read More