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July 2017

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Did You Check Your NJ SUI Rates?

On July 28, 2017, the annual Notice of Employer Contribution Rates will be mailed to all New Jersey employers. This is not a bill, but rather a summary of the way the NJ Department of Labor calculates your employer contribution rate for unemployment and disability. This form enables you to determine whether a voluntary contribution would save you money in the subsequent year. Read more...

Understanding Tax Credits: Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC)

The federal government offers several tax credits to help businesses lower their tax liability by hiring candidates from targeted groups. Federal tax credits also include the Empowerment Zone Employment Credit and Indian Employment Credit (Indian Reservation), and additional federal incentives are available through economic development credits. Learn more...

The Importance of Employment Practices Liability

When deciding on which insurance coverage to purchase, Employment Practices Liability insurance (EPLI) seems to be one of the most challenging decisions for employers. Often the question that comes up is, "Do I really need EPLI coverage? We've never had a claim, and we have a good human resources department." 

How Succession Planning Can Protect the Future of Your Company

Many business owners are so busy managing the day-to-day issues affecting their company that they often overlook the importance of planning for its long-term future. Learn more...
Tenets of Exceptional Leadership

While there are many elements of good leadership, virtually all leadership experts encourage two fundamental principles of exceptional leadership: Employee Empowerment and Effective Communication. Read more...
Is It Time to Update Your Buy-Sell Agreement?

Buy-sell agreements are among the most important agreements entered into by business owners. Notwithstanding the importance, many businesses do not have buy-sell agreements in place, and for many that do, the agreements are ambiguous and outdated. An effective buy-sell agreement will eliminate or reduce he disputes arising from the death or retirement of a shareholder or partner, and the absence of an effective agreement may result in a protracted and costly dispute. Learn more...
Calendar of Events

November 1, 2017 Annual Education & Training Conference