On Saturday, August 8, 2020, President Trump signed an executive memorandum (not an 'order') deferring the employee portion of social security tax (6.2%).
Every state in the country has various state-specific labor laws. Some states vary greatly from federal law, some don’t. In South Dakota labor laws for the most part follow federal law. There aren't too many laws implemented by the state that supersede federal legislation when compared to most other states.
There’s a lot of uncertainty about work with COVID-19. That's why Paystubz has teamed up with The OSHA Store to offer a Coronavirus Workplace Bundle. The bundle includes everything your business needs to maintain safety AND compliance during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Last month, we wrote about some of the best things to do around our hometown of Rapid City. This month, we'll take a journey across the state, and tell you what to do if you find yourself in or around our state's most populous city, Sioux Falls.
Paystubz is proud to call Rapid City, South Dakota our home. And whether you’re here for business, on a road trip with the family, or just looking for a scenic getaway, there is plenty to do here in Rapid City. Here are five things we'd recommend if you find yourself in our neck of the woods.
Tax laws come and go, yet many linger around, rarely spoken of. The rarely spoken of legislation we think you should know about is the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC), which can not only benefit companies .
We wanted to take the time to ask our clients what they think of us. For our first 11 years in business, we were confident we did good work, but wanted to poll clients throughout South Dakota, North Dakota, and Montana, and know if they had a similar view about our payroll services, timekeeping application, and human resources solutions.
We all have great appreciation for the work our employees do for our businesses. And, we do want to pay them timely and accurately for their efforts. There's one more step an employer can do to make life even easier - saving everyone some time, money, and gas: MANDATE direct deposit! It’s legal for payroll in South Dakota (and some other states).
How frequently do I have to pay my employees?
Great, question! For payroll in South Dakota, employees must be paid at least every 30 days (other state rules may vary). However, typical pay period / date frequencies used are as follows: