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The #1 Payroll Service for Contractors
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“It seemed like a great fit from the start,” says Tight Line Construction president, Tyler McPherson, “and we’ve never looked back.” See how Payroll4Construction.com helped this Boston-based wall and ceilings specialty contractor move forward. http://ow.ly/rdFi30lU2Jb
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Still waiting on that vacation? Summer may be winding down, but the holiday season is still in full swing. If you’ve found yourself stuck in the office filling out employee PTO rather than getting your feet wet at the beach, you’re not alone. http://ow.ly/tbG230lJhr8
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Everyone is telling you to ditch the paper time sheets and pick up a timecard app… but can it really save you money if you don't have the proper construction payroll processes in place? http://ow.ly/JOnQ30kQ2Zh
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Tired of doing payroll in-house or working with payroll service providers that can't handle the complexities of construction payroll? Join us TODAY for a free online 30 minute overview of what Payroll4Construction.com can do for you! http://ow.ly/uOEw30kz2KB
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If tracking labor to each job allows you to report progress and monitor overruns per project, using cost codes can let you track each project’s component parts. But where do you begin? http://ow.ly/OuGr30kruPQ #payroll #construction
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Your employees are assigned to one or more jobs every day. Shouldn’t you assign their payroll expenses to a job too? #payroll #constructionpayroll http://ow.ly/OprF30k93OZ
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When was the last time you checked out our Contractor Resource Center? Take a look today to see our collection of how-to's, payroll tips, case studies and more!
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Sometimes good news comes out of the IRS.

The Internal Revenue Service announces an automatic extension on providing Forms 1095-B and 1095-C to employees.

Applicable large employers (ALEs) and self-insuring employers originally had until January 31, 2018, to provide health coverage information forms to individuals. These organizations now have until March 2 to do so, without having to request the extension in order to use it.

Deadlines for filing ACA information returns are unchanged.

For 2018, employers are still required to submit paper information returns to the IRS by February 28 or electronically by April 2.

Read more directly from the IRS, and remember to always keep an eye on deadlines. It helps to make sure you have the right partners in your industry to navigate them with you!
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One key way to make sure you're ready for year-end is to keep an eye on upcoming deadlines. Do you have these important dates on your radar?
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Not sure if we have the reports you're looking for? Browse our free sample report book to see them for yourself!

- Certified payroll (U.S. Department of Labor and state-specific)
- Union tracking
- Proofing reports
- New hire
- EEO minority compliance
- Workers' compensation
- Variance reports by cost code
- Job labor
- Custom job cost reports
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