Key Tips for Saving Money on Workers’ Compensation Insurance

Workers’ Compensation Insurance is a necessary expense for all-size businesses, as having a policy of some nature is ubiquitously state-mandated. Workers’ Comp was developed not only to ease medical-related costs of employees injured in the workplace but also to cover for lost wages during the time employees can’t work. Depending on the “class” that your

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Workers’ Comp Insurance Requirements (State by State)

Even in fairly safe industries, small business owners would be mistaken to think workers’ compensation insurance isn’t required – because it is. Requirements vary by state, industry, and even by the size and structure of your business and payroll. Businesses that fail to carry workers’ compensation insurance can face hefty fines, lawsuits, or even criminal

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How Long Will $300 Unemployment Bonus Checks Last?

The December 2020 stimulus package added 11 weeks of unemployment with an expiration date of March 14. Keep in mind, there’s an overflow period lasting until April 5 for those who have exhausted their state’s benefits before the expiration date. Which states have yet to send $300 bonus checks? As of Jan. 29, 49 states

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Is the Government’s Stimulus Checks Taxable?

Money received from the government usually comes with a catch.  Coronavirus stimulus benefits come with a few that may surprise some that receive it. But there are some differences in what’s taxable and what’s not. Unemployment Benefits Are Taxable Unemployed workers who accept unemployment benefits should not be surprised this money is considered taxable income.

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COVID-19 Benefits End as New Aid Package is Proposed

This past weekend marked the end of some major benefits created to ease the financial strain on Americans during the coronavirus pandemic. Below is a breakdown of the benefits we bid farewell to – along with what’s being proposed to replace them as Congress announces a new stimulus package today. Enhanced Unemployment Benefits Ends This weekend saw

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Can Employees Get Paid for “Unauthorized” Telework Hours?

So, like most people these days, you’ve been working from home. But you’re wondering if all the hours you’ve worked, including off-hours and overtime, qualify as “paid” time? Well, you’re in luck! The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has issued guidance for both workers and employers on rights and responsibilities under federal leave, wage, and

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Tax Relief Measures to Know Ahead of the July 15 Deadline

After a three-month extension, the tax deadline is nearly here! We’ve recapped some important COVID-19 related federal tax relief measures small business owners need to know about ahead of the new 7/15 deadline. Postponed federal tax payment deadlines Individual taxpayers can defer until July 15 federal income tax payments that would otherwise be due on

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Total Business Insurance Coverage Has Arrived!

Fingercheck is pleased to announce that through our affiliate, the Fingercheck Insurance Agency, we now offer a variety of comprehensive business and workers’ compensation insurance designed to make running your business easier. “This truly makes us an all-in-one platform for business owners to manage workers’ comp entirely under one roof”, says Fingercheck CEO, Joel Kohn.

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All-In-One Business Insurance Coverage is Here!

Part of running any business is to protect it. And now, Fingercheck clients can do just that with our affiliate, Fingercheck Insurance Agency. It offers comprehensive business and workers’ comp insurance that you can manage from one solution, all one platform. This gives you control and the convenience to handle all your workers’ comp and

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