Monthly Archives: December 2009

Confusion Regarding the COBRA Subsidy

December 1st, 2009

Published December 2009 As many people already know and more seem to find out every day, COBRA can be a difficult and complex regulation to comply with; even more so when the Department of Labor (DOL) releases COBRA notices that are confusing and borderline contradictory. Originally, the DOL interpreted the ARRA to read that individuals...

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The Why and How to Choosing a Payroll Service

December 1st, 2009

Published December 2009 Payroll processing is not unique, but some companies handle it better than others. Switching or starting fresh with a payroll provider can bring many benefits, including more time to devote to business operations and employees as well as less stress and worry about inaccurate payroll and taxes. To help you choose the...

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Use a Dependent Care FSA to Save Money on Child Care Expenses

December 1st, 2009

Published December 2009 Child care costs are on the rise, with the average family paying between $7,200 and $9,600 per year. Most families would jump at the chance to reduce their child care costs and their opportunity comes in the form of a Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account. With a Dependent Care FSA, you can...

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Ensuring Data Security at BASIC

December 1st, 2009

Published December 2009 Here at BASIC, we want you to know that your data is safe and secure, so we put together a list of some of the precautions we take. The following are measures we are taking with regards to data security: HIPAA Compliance Each of our administration software vendors offer encrypted and secured...

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