Blood Drive Saves Lives!

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On Thursday, September 22nd, Dominion Payroll hosted our Fall Blood Drive with the American Red Cross. Our Community Room was converted to a donation center with multiple beds and stations. We had employees, friends, partners, and neighbors all signup and stop in throughout the day. We were joined by American Red Cross Regional CEO, James Hatcher and Richmond Mayor Levar … Read More

Year-End Preparation

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“Can you believe we’re in the FOURTH quarter already?! Time certainly has flown and the end of the year is on the horizon! NOW is an excellent time to begin reviewing your account to be sure your employees’ social security numbers, names, and addresses are correct, as well as the legal AND delivery address we have on file for your company … Read More

IRS: Hurricane Ian victims in Florida qualify for tax relief

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IRS: Hurricane Ian victims in Florida qualify for tax relief; Oct. 17 deadline, other dates extended to Feb. 15 WASHINGTON — Hurricane Ian victims throughout Florida now have until Feb. 15, 2023, to file various federal individual and business tax returns and make tax payments, the Internal Revenue Service announced today. The IRS is offering relief to any area designated … Read More

Make the Best of Your New Hire Experience

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Nearly 25% of staff turnover happens within six weeks of starting employment, which wastes time and resources. When a new hire starts with your company, this will be his or her first chance to see how it operates. Clear instructions, timely responses from management and human resource staff, and proper handling of new hire paperwork are important tasks that help … Read More

Are you in payroll compliance?

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  Payroll Compliance – what is it and why do I need it? To ensure that employees are correctly and securely paid, you must follow all federal, state, and local regulations. In doing so, you are payroll compliant, keeping your business and employees out of trouble with the IRS and state/federal labor laws. Payroll compliance begins when the employee is … Read More