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Tis’ the Season for End of Year Processing

December 3, 2015

My last business tweet went out at 3:15PM yesterday. Given the horrific news out of San Bernardino, business tweeting didn’t seem appropriate. It was a sad evening, but during it a beautiful picture of a Cape Cod beach sunset came across my Facebook feed with the following quote:

“Think of all the beauty still
left around you and be happy.”
– Anne Frank

Today I’m happy to have a guest post from Holly Bouffard, our Workforce Ready Community Manager…

By Holly Bouffard

elf payrollPreparing for the end of year is never easy and sometimes filled with stress. For me my stress comes from shuffling to malls and surfing websites trying to find the perfect gift for my family. Trust me they are a hard bunch. My mother always stresses to ensure there are gift receipts for her gifts…thanks, Ma.

While gift giving is the main source of stress for me during this time of year, I’d imagine a lot of my Workforce Ready HR and Payroll folks are feeling the stress to get their ducks in a row for end of year.

Though I might not be able to find the perfect gifts, I can ensure that for the Workforce Ready folks I can give you the gift of two webinars that will help you prepare for end of year.

The first webinar will take place on December 9th and it’s all about best practices for end of year reporting for payroll. The second one will provide information on how to effectively manage ACA requirements with Workforce Ready and we will be hosting that on December 16th.

Don’t worry if you miss either live webinar. You can watch them on-demand at your leisure by following the same links above.

 

Happy end of year processing!

One Comment leave one →
  1. January 14, 2016 4:28 am

    Love the meme – a combination of accounting & my favourite Christmas movie 🙂

    Like

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