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Katherine is a New York-based digital writer who joined Fingercheck in 2015. She promotes Fingercheck through the power of the written word. She graduated from Fordham University with a B.A. in Communications and Media Studies with a focus on Journalism. Connect with her on LinkedIn

By: Katherine Muniz Feb 20, 2018

Paycard Laws: Federal and All 50 States

Paycards are employee debit cards that employers deposit wages onto. For employees who aren't banked, paycards are a speedier alternative to receiving paper checks, and are sometimes preferred because they work much like direct deposit. E
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By: Katherine Muniz Jan 15, 2018

Do You Have to Pay Your Employees for Jury Duty?

The American legal system provides that all citizens who are eligible for jury service must serve if called upon. Every prospective juror is duty-bound to report for service, regardless of how inconvenient or disruptive the timing is for
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By: Katherine Muniz Dec 22, 2017

How Long You Should Keep Business Records For

As a business owner, it can be tricky figuring out which business records to keep and which ones you can throw away. You want to retain records as long as legally mandated, but figuring out what's required of you can be confusing. In
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By: Katherine Muniz Dec 16, 2016

Observing Federal Holidays When They Fall on the Weekend

This year, both Christmas and New Year's Day fall on the weekend. So what does that mean for your employees? You decide. While you aren't required to give employees the day off for any holiday, most employers at least give employees the da
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