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How to Prepare for an Interview When You’re Self-Employed

by Due.com @ Chime Banking

There are many myths about self-employment that people may start to mistake for fact. Working for yourself can be a great thing, but it doesn’t always mean you’ll be 100% in control of your career and the day-to-day operations. Often times, you’ll still have to work with others and may even have to please clients if you’re […]

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Do You Know How Social Security Is Funded?

by mickiedouglas @ Social Security: Information & Updates

Do you know how Social Security is funded? During your working years, you have a deduction from your wages called FICA (Federal Insurance Contribution Act). It is withheld to fund the Social Security and Medicare programs. The current rate of withholding is 7.6 %. Your employer pays an additional 7.65%. The deduction goes toward funding…
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The Problem with Overdraft Fees

by Paul Sisolak @ Chime Banking

“Overdraft” is not a word we like to hear. Why? It generally means you’ll be dinged with a fee you don’t want to pay. To clarify, an overdraft fee occurs when you don’t have enough money in your bank account to pay for a purchase. When this happens, your bank will pay for the transaction […]

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Time needed to process a payroll

Time needed to process a payroll


Gusto

If you're paying your employees through direct deposit, you'll want to run your payroll 4 business days (excluding weekends and bank holidays) prior to your employee payday due to the standard Auto...

How to Shop for Used Clothes — and Why You Should

by Laura McMullen @ NerdWallet

Buying used clothes at thrift stores may seem like a smart way to slash your spending — and it is. You ought to get gold stars and stickers for spending…

How long does it take for my payment to arrive?

How long does it take for my payment to arrive?


CD Baby Help Center

The time it takes for your payment to arrive really depends on the payment method you chose. If you haven't received the payment yet, there are a few reasons why that might be.Paper Check:ETA: W...

Terminal Leave: Take it or Sell it Back? – Pros and Cons of Both Options

by Forrest Baumhover @ The Military Wallet

There are any number of articles out in the web-space about whether you should take terminal leave upon retirement or separation, vice selling back your unused leave. Ryan Guina’s Cash Money Life article is a very good primer on why this should be considered on a case-by-case basis, and why each decision on whether to take terminal leave is a personal one.

Replace Social Security 1099 Using My Social Security Portal

by mickiedouglas @ Social Security: Information & Updates

Time is growing short to file your income taxes for 2017. Are you worried because you need your 1099 for Social Security benefits and you can’t find it? Worry no more. Social Security has made replacing a lost 1099 as easy as signing on to your my Social Security account. Don’t have a my Social…
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How do I set up my direct deposit and receive my earnings?

How do I set up my direct deposit and receive my earnings?


Postmates Fleet Help Center

 Once your account is activated, sign in to your Fleet Dashboard and link your bank account.Click here to link your bank account.Add Your Bank AccountPostmates requires a transactional bank acc...

A Look at Federal, State, and Local Minimum Wages

by Mike Kappel @ Payroll Tips, Training, and News

You can’t just pay your employees any amount you want. You must follow federal, state, and local laws that set minimum wages. What is minimum wage? Minimum wage is the lowest amount you can pay an employee per hour of work. You can pay more than the minimum wage, but you should never pay less […]

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How to Track Your Net Worth [+ My Net Worth]

by Philip Taylor @ PT Money

You're probably reading this site because you want to see your financial life improve? Maybe move toward financial independence? Good on you, my friend! A great way to get better at something is to start tracking it. Let's talk about measuring and tracking your net worth. Simply put, your personal net worth is equal to […]

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2017 Veterans Day Freebies, Retail Discounts, and Special Offers

by Ryan Guina @ The Military Wallet

Veterans Day is a time to celebrate the service of those who have sacrificed so much to keep us safe. While military members don’t serve for recognition, it’s nice to know that many companies and organizations set aside a day to honor their service. This page lists a variety of Veterans Day offers for our [...]

2017 Veterans Day Free Meals and Discounts – Over 100 Free Meals!

by Ryan Guina @ The Military Wallet

Updated: Nov 11, 2017. Happy Veterans Day! There are many restaurants and companies who want to thank our veterans by providing them with discounts or a free meal. To those companies offering veterans a free meal or discount, the military community gives a collective thanks! Download a PDF of these Veterans Day free meals and [...]

Did a Tax Pro Botch Your Return? Here’s What to Do

by Tina Orem @ NerdWallet

To err is human, but to err on your tax return is a total dumpster fire. If you did your own taxes, of course, you may have only yourself to…

Best Military Money Books – Recommended Books to Help You Achieve Financial Independence

by Ryan Guina @ The Military Wallet

Military members, veterans, and their family members face an assortment of financial challenges that are unique to our community. As military members and veterans, we may find ourselves frequently traveling, being exposed to deployments and special duty assignments, dealing with unique pay and benefits programs, and working through other financial challenges. We also have a [...]

The Single Parent’s Guide to Life Insurance

by Barbara Marquand @ NerdWallet

Even though it might be hard sometimes to picture your young children as independent adults, you hope to live long enough to see that day. Life insurance provides a financial…

How Long Will You Wait for a Canadian Tax Refund?

How Long Will You Wait for a Canadian Tax Refund?


The Balance

Learn how long it takes to get your tax refund after you've filed your Canadian income tax, how to check refund status, and how returns can be delayed.

RAPIDS Appointment Scheduler User Guide – Schedule Your Military ID Card Appointment Online

by Ryan Guina @ The Military Wallet

Getting a new military ID card can be a simple process if you’re on active duty. You can usually just go to your base personnel office or Pass & ID center during office hours, sign up on the waiting list, and get a new card issued within the hour. But you may need to schedule [...]

The 4 Big Reasons Why We’re Fixing Our Finances and Pursuing Financial Independence

by Philip Taylor @ PT Money

In the marketing industry people often talk about selling the benefits (“hey, look how this thing can change your life”) vs the features (“hey, look at this thing with all the bells and whistles – here’s how to use it”). I’ve always been more of a features guy myself. I want to know the steps […]

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Here’s How to Improve Your Credit Score Faster

by Paul Sisolak @ Chime Banking

Good things may come to those who wait, but time isn’t on your side if you’re struggling to raise your credit score quickly. More than 30 percent of Americans have poor credit, and if you’re one of them it can be hard to improve it. Many people aim for a credit-building secured credit card, but it could […]

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If You Insist on Paying Taxes With a Credit Card, Here’s How

by Tina Orem @ NerdWallet

Ask any financial expert whether you should pay your tax bill with a credit card, and the answer is almost universally the same: Don’t do it. Credit cards charge far…

Will the Courts Accept a Jury Duty Excuse Letter If You’re in a Pinch?

by Rachel Gray @ Payroll Tips, Training, and News

Sometimes, you or your employees’ personal responsibilities conflict with your business. For many small businesses, if you miss work or lose an employee for an extended period of time, there can be harmful effects on productivity in the workplace. But if you or an employee are called in for jury duty, you might not have […]

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When Does Direct Deposit Go Through? | Patriot Software

When Does Direct Deposit Go Through? | Patriot Software


Payroll Tips, Training, and News

If you pay some employees via direct deposit, they might ask you when they will receive their wages. When does direct deposit go through?

Connecting With Social Security

by mickiedouglas @ Social Security: Information & Updates

Every day thousands use it to do business with Social Security. We strive to offer the kind of services that meet people’s needs. And sometimes you want fast and direct answers over the phone. We have that option. You can call us toll free at 1-800-772-1213. Social Security offers some automated services that allow people…
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5 Creative Habits That Will Keep Your Finances On Track

by Ben Luthi @ Chime Banking

Improving your financial situation may seem as easy as saving more money and decreasing your expenses. But here’s the thing: if you want to see long-term improvements, you’ve got to first establish some good financial habits. This will help you both get on the right track and achieve your money goals. Financial habits are really […]

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Get 100% Free Talk, Text & 4GB Data for One Penny with FreedomPop

by Emily Guy Birken @ PT Money

This post is brought to you by FreedomPop. While this is a sponsored post, all content and opinions expressed here are my own. I’ve long been impressed by the offerings of FreedomPop, the no-really-we’re-not-kidding FREE mobile and Internet service provider that has been disrupting the mobile service model since 2011. While their 100% free plans […]

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How Long Does a Check Take to Clear? - NerdWallet

How Long Does a Check Take to Clear? - NerdWallet


NerdWallet

When it comes to how long it takes a check you’ve deposited to clear, the faster, the better. Unlike with direct deposit, paper checks aren’t credited to an account instantly.…

Experian IdentityWorksSM Review: [FREE TRIAL] ID Theft Protection Plus Credit Reporting

by Philip Taylor @ PT Money

**This article contains sponsored advertising content. About IdentityWorksSM In 2016 alone, more than 15.4 million consumers in the United States were victims of identity theft with more than 16 billion dollars stolen. With online shopping and credit card usage skyrocketing, it is not surprising that identity theft hit an all time high in 2016. Recognizing […]

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Should You Offer a Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Plan?

by Mike Kappel @ Payroll Tips, Training, and News

You know employees like employer-sponsored benefits. As an employer, offering benefits is advantageous for your business, too. A nonqualified deferred compensation plan is one type of benefit that both you and your employees can enjoy. Find out what a nonqualified deferred compensation plan is, why you might consider offering it, and how to set it […]

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How to Save Money on Your Utility Bills

by Melanie Lockert @ Chime Banking

Do you cringe each month when you get your utility bills? When you see a super high bill, do you wonder what happened? We’ve all been there, and high bills for gas, electricity and cable can certainly put a dent in your bank account. But all is not lost. If you want to keep your […]

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Trees for Troops – Free Christmas Trees for Eligible Military Families

by Lizann Lightfoot @ The Military Wallet

When my husband was deployed to Afghanistan, he often mentioned how depressingly sandy and brown it was there. He dreamed of seeing anything green and alive that would remind him of home. Imagine the impact on his unit when they received a live Christmas tree from America at their forward operating base. With a live [...]

5 Facts About Women and Money for International Women’s Day

by Chelsea Brennan @ Chime Banking

Did you know that only 22% of U.S. women can answer three fundamental finance-related questions correctly? It’s sad but true. While women have made significant strides to close the gender gaps in education, employment, and even wealth, the gap in financial literacy is still glaring. But, in order to even begin bridging this gap, it’s important to understand that […]

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The Best Personal Finance Software for Taming Your Budget (In 2018)

by Emily Guy Birken @ PT Money

Pluto LogoManaging your money is a complex skill, especially now that you no longer have to leave the house or even pull out your wallet in order to spend money. That’s why it is more important than ever for you to track spending and stick to a budget. But the old school methods of budgeting […]

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How do I get my payments and how long does that take?

How do I get my payments and how long does that take?


Wonolo Knowledge Base

Payments are sent via direct deposit to the payment method you entered in your profile on the app.You can link your direct deposit to either your bank account, debit card or a prepaid card.Once y...

Do Married Couples Receive Their Social Security Checks On The Same Day?

by mickiedouglas @ Social Security: Information & Updates

People are always interested to know when Social Security checks are issued each month. See our payment schedule for 2018 for dates of payment: https://www.ssa.gov/pubs/EN-05-10031-2018.pdf. We pay Social Security benefits monthly. The benefits are paid in the month following the month for which they are due. For example, you would receive your July benefit in…
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BillFixers Review: Why You Should Let Them Negotiate Your Bills

by Emily Guy Birken @ PT Money

Editor's note: PT here. I'm happily paying BillFixers $27 a month ($324 in total) for the next year. Why? Because they saved me a total of $648 on my Internet service with AT&T! To see how BillFixers could work for you, check out our full review below… Bills, bills, bills! They can seem never-ending. From […]

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How Long Will it Take To Get My Tax Refund? | PT Money

How Long Will it Take To Get My Tax Refund? | PT Money


PT Money

Find the answer to exactly how long it takes to get a tax refund back from the IRS. Knowing how long a refund takes will help you plan your finances.

Supplemental Security Income For Children After Age 18

by mickiedouglas @ Social Security: Information & Updates

Supplemental Security Income (SSI) is a program that pays benefits to disabled people (including children) and aged who have low income and low resources. (Read this online publication for more details about the SSI program: https://www.ssa.gov/pubs/EN-05-11000.pdf). Once it has been determined that a child has a disabling condition and meets the low income and resource…
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How Long Does It Take To Get Your Tax Refund?

How Long Does It Take To Get Your Tax Refund?


Bankrate

The IRS claims that it OKs most tax refunds within 21 days, but it can take longer.

Correcting Employment Taxes: What to Do If You Withhold the Wrong Amount

by Rachel Gray @ Payroll Tips, Training, and News

It’s easy to make mistakes, especially when you have a million and one things on your plate. One error you could make is deducting the wrong amount from employee wages. Correcting employment taxes is necessary if you withhold too much or too little from your employees’ paychecks. This article provides an overview of employment taxes […]

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Top Questions You Asked About Social Security In 2017

by mickiedouglas @ Social Security: Information & Updates

Many of you asked the same or similar questions about Social Security during 2017 (and continuing into 2018). I thought I would bring those topics together in one place. 1) The most frequently asked question was about the scheduling of Social Security and SSI payments. We have an easy-to-use Fact Sheet which shows for all…
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How to Sidestep 3 Unethical Financial Advisor Tactics

by James Royal, Ph.D. @ NerdWallet

“There’s plenty of opportunity out there for someone who’s unethical,” warns Harold Evensky, chairman of wealth manager Evensky & Katz. That’s especially true when that someone is a financial advisor,…

Buying a House will Slow Down Your Path to Financial Independence (But You Should Do it Anyway)

by Philip Taylor @ PT Money

TLDR: buying a house isn’t the best way to build wealth – the stock market is better – but buying a home is still a great idea if you do it right. Buying a House is Still Part of Our “American Dream” Despite the buzz about renting being the new hottie, buying a home is […]

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Does Life Insurance Cover Suicide?

by Barbara Marquand @ NerdWallet

Along with the profound and painful questions that follow the loss of a loved one from suicide, there are practical and financial issues to address, too. If the loved one…

Changing Direct Deposit

Changing Direct Deposit


Social Security: Information & Updates

Q: How long will it take Social Security to change my direct deposit account? A: This depends on computer processing dates during the month, your payment date and when you contact Social Security t…

How to Calculate a Raise

by Rachel Gray @ Payroll Tips, Training, and News

Employees have money on their minds. According to a Gallup poll, 59% of employees were not completely satisfied with their current pay. And, one SHRM survey found that 44% of respondents said they would leave their job to make more money elsewhere. To avoid losing their top employees, many businesses offer pay raises. Learn why employee […]

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Important Tax Law Changes You Need to Know [ Updated for 2018]

by Philip Taylor @ PT Money

Getting psyched to do your taxes? I suppose if you're expecting a refund you might be. Or if you're kind of a tax nerd like me, you might take some pleasure in breaking down the tables and watching the software do its thing. Or you might be interested to see how the recent Tax Cuts […]

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This Is How Chime Gets You Paid Early

This Is How Chime Gets You Paid Early


Chime Banking

At Chime, we love hearing from our Members. Your feedback motivates us every day to design a bank account that helps you take better control of your finances and get ahead. We often hear that one of our

Consult This Employee Termination Checklist to Keep Things Running Smoothly

by Rachel Gray @ Payroll Tips, Training, and News

Employees leave companies every day to pursue growth opportunities, accommodate personal lives, or experience change. As an employer, you hope employees won’t leave your business, but you know this is wishful thinking. When an employee resigns, you need to know what to do. The average annual overall turnover rate is 19%, according to SHRM. If […]

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How to Turn a Tax Refund Into a Fatter Paycheck

by Tina Orem @ NerdWallet

Getting a tax refund may seem great, but tax pros say it’s also a sign two things could be happening: You may not be doing enough tax planning, and you…

Blooom: Finally, a Robo-Advisor to Help You Manage Your 401K

by Ashley Chorpenning @ PT Money

When you started your first job, were you offered a 401(k) account? And if you were, did you even know what that meant? PT's note: When I started my first big career job (nine months with KPMG out of Shreveport, LA) I never invested with the 401K! I didn't even get the match! It wasn't […]

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New Federal Veterans ID Card Now Available – How to Apply for the New VIC

by Ryan Guina @ The Military Wallet

Update – January, 2018: VA Again Accepting ID Card Applications. The VA began accepting applications for the Veterans Identification Cards at the end of November 2017. Shortly afterward, the VA announced they were unable to process ID card requests due to the overwhelming response. Veterans were instructed to submit their email address on a waining [...]

TurboTax Live Review: File Your 2017 Taxes at Home with Expert Help

by Emily Guy Birken @ PT Money

This post is brought to you by TurboTax. While this is a sponsored post, all content and opinions expressed here are my own. I have a long history with TurboTax. They were the program I used back when I was filing taxes as a single graduate student in 2006, and they helped me throughout the […]

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What You Need to Know About a Qualifying Life Event

by Rachel Gray @ Payroll Tips, Training, and News

Employees have a window of time each year to sign up for certain types of employer-sponsored insurance. Although this open enrollment period takes place at the end of each year for all employees, an employee can add or remove coverage at any time of the year if they have a qualifying life event. What is […]

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2018 Retirement Maximum Benefit

by mickiedouglas @ Social Security: Information & Updates

As you plan to retire, one of the most important things to know is how much you’ll receive from Social Security each month. You can use your my Social Security account to get estimates for yourself. (If you don’t have an account and need one or need to visit your account, use this link: www.ssa.gov/myaccount/.)…
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How to set up payroll direct deposit

How to set up payroll direct deposit


Help Center

This article applies to Payroll by Wave in Canada. If your business is located in the US, you may find this guide more helpful.Direct deposit means your employees can get paid automatically, and y...

The Equifax Hack Was Worse Than Expected. What to Do Next

by Jeanine Skowronski @ Chime Banking

Looks like that worst-ever Equifax data breach was … actually worse. In late 2017, the credit reporting agency divulged a systems breach exposed the personal information of 145.5 millions Americans, including names, Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses, dispute documents, as well as some credit card account and driver’s license numbers. But the hackers also obtained […]

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2018 VA Service-Connected Disability Compensation Rates

by Ryan Guina @ The Military Wallet

The 2018 Cost of Living Adjustment for VA disability compensation of 2.0% was the largest COLA increase in six years. This rate increase followed rate increase of 0.3% in 2017, and no rate increase in 2016. The following article explains VA Service Connected Disability Ratings, how VA disability compensation works, and shows the 2018 VA Disability [...]

How to Save Money When You Get a Windfall of Cash

by Jackie Lam @ Chime Banking

Ah, there’s nothing quite like receiving a windfall of money. It may come by way of an unexpected inheritance, a work bonus or a job promotion. And depending on how you spend it, that sweet bit of extra cash may leave you feeling either relaxed or stressed out. While it’s tempting to spend it immediately, […]

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How Grads Can Get Another Shot at Student Loan Forgiveness

by Anna Helhoski @ NerdWallet

The Trump administration is giving student loan borrowers who missed out on public service loan forgiveness a second chance, and they should move now to prepare. The recently passed $1.3 trillion federal…

Tax return direct deposit    how long does it usually take?

Tax return direct deposit how long does it usually take?


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What Is an FEIN?

by Mike Kappel @ Payroll Tips, Training, and News

When you run a business, you must meet many IRS requirements. You might need an FEIN to identify your business on documents like payroll tax forms. What does FEIN mean? What is an FEIN? FEIN is an acronym for Federal Employer Identification Number, also known as an EIN. This unique, nine-digit number is used by […]

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IRS Launches New Withholding Calculator

by mickiedouglas @ Social Security: Information & Updates

Because of the changes to tax rates in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act recently passed by Congress, IRS has released a new withholding calculator so workers can determine if too little or too much is being withheld in taxes. You can find the calculator at this link: https://www.irs.gov/individuals/irs-withholding-calculator. IRS released the following press release:…
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New Medicare Card Mailing Schedule

by mickiedouglas @ Social Security: Information & Updates

Medicare is removing the Social Security numbers from Medicare cards. Everyone who already has a Medicare card will receive a new one in the mail starting in April 2018. The mailings will be staggered. You can use the schedule below to find out when your Medicare card will be mailed. New Medicare Card Mailing Strategy…
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How to Setup Direct Deposit

How to Setup Direct Deposit


Bank of America

Bank of America direct deposit makes it easy for you to deposit checks into your account automatically. Learn about setting up direct deposit today.

2018 IRS Tax Refund Schedule (2017 Tax Year) – When Will I Receive My Tax Refund?

by Ryan Guina @ The Military Wallet

When it comes to filing a federal tax return, there are a few questions that people care about more than any other – how much am I paying on taxes, how much will I get back in my tax refund, and when will I receive it? Everything else, the say, is just details. There is [...]

2018 IRS Tax Refund Schedule - Direct Deposit Dates - 2017 Tax Year

2018 IRS Tax Refund Schedule - Direct Deposit Dates - 2017 Tax Year


The Military Wallet

Updated 2018. This IRS tax refund schedule shows when you will receive your federal tax refund for direct deposits or checks. Covers 2017 tax year. Use this table to check your IRS refund status. Additional resources & Frequently Asked Questions about the tax refund calendar.

Answers to 18 Payroll Questions You Are Dying to Ask

by Rachel Gray @ Payroll Tips, Training, and News

For some business owners, running payroll might be like learning a foreign language. You are a master of your business idea, not the administrative responsibilities that come with it. Because you might not be familiar with these responsibilities, you might have some payroll questions. Payroll questions and answers When you become an employer, you need […]

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What Does Pay Frequency Mean?

by Michele Bossart @ Payroll Tips, Training, and News

When you have employees, you need to run payroll so they can receive their wages. Before paying employees, you need to decide on a pay frequency. Your industry, the number of employees you have working for you, the type of workers you have, and legal requirements determine your pay frequency. But first, what does pay […]

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How to Prepare Your Taxes & File Your Tax Return – (Possibly for Free!)

by Ryan Guina @ The Military Wallet

Thank you H&R Block for sponsoring this post. While this was a sponsored opportunity from H&R Block, all content and opinions expressed here are my own. Filing your taxes isn’t always fun. But it doesn’t have to be a complicated process or take a long time. If your situation is fairly basic, you can file [...]

Changes In Voluntary Tax Withholding Amounts For Social Security Benefits

by mickiedouglas @ Social Security: Information & Updates

You can have federal income tax voluntarily withheld from your Social Security check.  Many beneficiaries find that helps them manage the taxes they pay on Social Security benefits.  Previously, the set tax rates were 7%, 10%, 15% or 25%.  Because of recent changes to tax laws, two of the withholding rates have been lowered.  Currently,…
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