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When you pay your employees a wage, you should also provide them documentation about their pay. A paystub is a form of communication between an employer and an employee, and it communicates with full transparency wages earned, taxes paid, and deductions removed. Employers should understand the information on a paystub in order to help explain […]
If you have employees, you pay them a wage for their work; that’s just a basic fact of life. Payroll is defined as the regular payment of wages to employees, and it includes withholding the correct amount for taxes, insurance premiums, or retirement plan contributions. Payroll can be complicated and unwieldy with technical minutia, but managing payroll is a legal requirement, so don’t try to skimp on understanding the basics.