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Is This Your Situation: Spending More Than $800.0 a year for 401(k) Administration?

The administrative demands of managing 401(k)s are notoriously taxing. If you're not diligent, you could end up spending much more than you need to! Click through to see whether it's costing you too much money to get a handle on retirement plan management.

Is 'Selective' Health Coverage Permissible?

For one reason or another, you may want to provide health insurance to only certain employees, leaving the rest without coverage. Click through to find out whether this is legal and, if so, under what circumstances.

Do You Have a Branded Benefits Program?

You've put serious effort into developing your employee benefits program. But is it marketed or branded in a way that speaks to your company's identity? Click through to discover why branding your benefits program is essential.

Can You Make All Employees Nonexempt?

There's a wide swath of information available on what it takes for employees to qualify as exempt. Click through for some details on the flip side: Are you required to classify an employee as exempt if he or she meets all the qualifications?

Inclement Weather and Your Payroll Obligations

When the weather is truly bad, your business may be forced to shut its doors. However, you're still expected to pay your employees for work performed. Click through for insight into paying employees during this turbulent time.

Local Entertainment And Events Calendar: Including Virtual Events

You'll always know where the fun's going on with our interactive local events calendar featuring social sharing, images, videos and ticket links. Click through to see what's happening or to add your own local events.

Know the Tax Rules for Employee Loans

Companies may allow workers to take a draw against commissions or give them some other form of salary advance. It's perfectly legal, but employers need to know the rules. Click through for the tax implications of employee loans.

Can Employees Make FSA Contributions While on FMLA Leave?

Employees on FMLA leave may want to keep funding their flexible spending accounts while away from work. But since the leave is unpaid, can they make contributions during that time? Click through to find out.

How to Choose Employee Benefits

To attract the best employees to your company, you need to provide them with the right incentives beyond their salary. Click through to learn more about choosing employee benefits packages that work.

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