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- Tanya Henry, Executive Director, Milwaukee Careers Cooperative

 

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ARE ALL OF YOUR EMPLOYEES CURRENT WITH THEIR FORM W-4??

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Change.

 
It’s a fact of life. And in business, how you react to change can mean the difference between success and failure.
 

 
But that doesn’t mean we’re always comfortable with change. Sometimes even that slight fear of change — of the “unknown” — prevents us from making decisions that can have a tremendous positive impact.
 
 
 

“…Are there going to be any surprises? Did you ask all the right questions? What business owners and entrepreneurs are very concerned about is if they didn’t ask all the right questions, somebody may not volunteer the right answer, and you wake up with a real problem on your hands.”

 
—Robb Mulberger, President, NRI Staffing

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Legislative Updates

"Like many other states, Wisconsin's Unemployment Insurance (UI) Reserve Fund had to rely on federal loans to help fund unemployment benefits paid to record numbers of claimants during and following the deep national recession of 2007-09.

The federal government began charging states interest on these loans in 2011, and Wisconsin in September 2011 made its first payment, totaling $42.3 million, with funds collected through a special assessment on employers.

"...Arizona Revised Statutes § 23-730.01 imposes a Special Assessment (SA) on taxable wages paid in 2011 and 2012. This is necessary to meet federally imposed unemployment trust fund obligations. The Department of Economic Security (DES) Unemployment Insurance (UI) Tax Section is responsible for collecting the SA along with employers' regular quarterly UI taxes (reported on Line 7, Part C of the Unemployment Tax and Wage Report, form UC-018)..."

Because the transaction was completed before year end 2011, the State and its business community will experience significant interest savings, FUTA tax credits will be restored, future tax penalties will be avoided and the solvency tax on Michigan employers will be eliminated.

Read the full release: http://www.michigan.gov/treasury/0,4679,7-121-1755_1963-268192--,00.html

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