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Tag Archives: Workers Compensation
New York State employers should be vigilant about the proper classification of workers as employees or independent contractors on a go-forward basis. Although businesses already may be aware of the 2007 Questionable Employment Tax Practices (QETP) state-federal initiative to crackdown … Continue reading
As the the calendar flipped to 2014, many important changes went into effect. Is your small business up to date? Minimum Wage On December 31, 2013, the minimum wage in New York State increased to $8.00. For most employees, … Continue reading
Apparently, Governor Cuomo has proclaimed the recently enacted budget as a “love document”. Exactly who the love is for and what that means is up for others to interpret. For small business the answer is obvious, and no, we are … Continue reading
“For the third year in a row, Governor Cuomo’s proposed fiscal plan maintains the theme of fiscal responsibility continues to right-size state government and closes the current budget gap while rejecting any new tax increases. Financially, this budget proposal is … Continue reading
Is the glass half full or half empty? With yesterday’s State of the State address by Governor Cuomo, once fully digested, it is fair to say that this simple little question could be difficult to answer. On the one hand, … Continue reading
There has been a mixed bag of news this week for small business in New York. Yesterday, Governor Cuomo announced a reduction (1.2%) in workers compensation rates for employers. A few months ago, it was widely reported that employers were … Continue reading